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(From the South Afr[?] Adverdiser.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 July 1835
(Fnmiht Smith AfrUa* Ai'trtutr.) [We liave been ftirhibund with llie following authentic particular of a most ttlitrPFsing event whlcl) lin|-penrd to |mi I o( llic company of hi* Majesty'* *htp Mtlvlllt, bearing tlie flat; of Ad miral Sir John Gore, on Iter voyage from India to the Cape uf Good Hope.] MclancMy Accident ? On the SOih April, brine about S3 leagues to tlio cnstwenl of Algoa liay, Ibe weather towards auu-eet confirmed Ihe ap pearance which tlie day hail exuibited.ef an »p proacltiilff storm, oud rendered it oeceaaarv to reef tlieeonrtes and ninke llic ship snug for the iiIrIh. In performing thii operation, ? man named Phillips fell flora tlic forcyard overboard. Lieiiienant John Core, who mat Ibeo od the poop, iinniodintply jum|ied Into Uie larbosrd quarter boal, and cbscivini; Uin man sotild not swim, jumped from Ihence into the water, in the hope nrnl coiifijeiire that he should be the meaof of rescuing him before lie could pass the thip. Tlic quarter bunts were lower...
SHIP, NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 July 1835
snip ^& news. Jui.t Il-Arrlvrd llie barque Nlmrod fromSydncy, 'jOLl 1— ' Suiled thebar.i'ie A'oniu/.Canlaln Colltsb.fo, Sydney. ¥asscii|;ei-. H. IU-di. Big., ladj and lamil y, Aim flllck, fcown Bliirk mid Win. S1111U1. JBaico, '122 bushels \ylicit, V loin potatoes, It tuns bay, and ''jult O-S^i'ie'd'' ilie^i'ie LavlnUt, Capialn Com, In thu lUlicry wlilica.ks. , Jclv O-.S.ill«J the schooner Aj(/j Jin*, Captain II. ivc fur S ttuii Hivei . c.n fii SJ» b»gs.rliiur,Sa calks beef, ?- Illids. nil, till ..agssujar, IS cask! rum, 15 Itess lol)ac - o, I baU- lilutikcls, 1 eme cluliilna, * packages bacon, 1 bale sliiiu, II keg. buiur. and sundry ulUeruliiclct. liomni iovt/i su.r »c-vi. Joi.v P-Arrived tile barque Clly of Edinburgh, fionilwoluld Hay, tvuli taicallls) aud shep. Smiie day, die bilB Tamar Irani Launceslon, wltli ^li'^enniiuii'aua' tc'iooner M»ria arc on the point of mill.it for Sydney.
Launceston Price Current. [Compiled for the cornwall chronicle.] AND CORRECTED THIS DAY. COLONIAL PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 July 1835
3Lflm.tK.toii }3d« Cumin. ICompUed far the VvrnwM Chronicle.] AMlcoaiuCTiiu inn UAV. ? CO— COLONIAL fROBUCE. £ «. d. £ s. d. Ale.ni'rlilid. 4 0 0 to . 0 0 0 kukVrlua S 0 0 to 0 0 0 il^er per 1.1x1. . * 0 0 ' Urc-ad ner 41b loaf 0 0 0 io 0 0 9 lSi.cuii lici col. HI « « i IS 0 Jlnucr pcrlb-ficih 0 a 0 -o 0 2 9 U.r.o, liino,— call 0 2 0 ll.icnoperlb 0 I J -» 0 1 3 licet pcrlb 0 0 0 to Alutlou -per Ib 0 0 G -o l'oifcpcrib 0 0 7 Veal pcrlb 0 0 * Cliocula'cncrIb'(Cu=ens)O S 0 to Cheese por lb 0 0 8 to 0 1 0 ?.inutile. p*r II— rooulj. 0 0 B ro 0 0 9 Diuo, diito-diys 0 0 a (u 0 0 0 IJ.-Z» per dozen 0 2 0 Uruii |.n. biiiliel . ' 0 1 U Oa,m.sJi-l.nu , 0 0 -i Haypuriou 2 10 0 (o 4 0 0 Hid. t each (n-ernge) 0 7 O to Hips |-er lb 0 2 0 -o 0 0 0 HaoiJ iiei dit(o 0 1 3 to 0 -? 0 Straw per luad I I 0 to 1 10 0 rireKuodjicr ditto 0 li» (? J U» H'oulpei Ib 0 0 0 to 0 I 8 G lite per tlilto 0 1 0 (o Potatoes pi r tun 8 0 0 lo UiWaiii'iin) per gallon 0 8 0 /» l/u*l- un l-uir 0 3 0 to 0 i 0
DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 July 1835
DEBATES AND PI10CBF.DINGS IN IMBLIAMKNT. Tlie first Scusfim nf (lie second Reformed Parliament ?m i-|Kllcd on Thursday, Feb. l», the day appointed for toe ilium of Ihe will*. Uiilnnai interest vu e» cited mi Hill occasion ; uncl we nenr i» Hie neigh bourhood of llie two H Junes so much tlirnngi-d wilh persons nfall classes. T«e crowd was rmy crmsMcr. able at ten o'clock ; and ll «u with some difficulty that the Members made their way to the House. TliV Duke nf Cumberland was hooted, and Mr. O'Connell cheered. The Bishops were al-*- hissed ; hot centrally the cniwd was well-behaved. The doors -??' the house or Cinnniniii wen npened al twelve, and two or II' ec hundred Hemheit entered almost immediately. Tlic seals in the lower port of the Home were -nnn taken, and about one o'clock the sWe galleries were in a greal measure occupied. At two o'clock, tlir Usher of the Blark Rod num. ?noned the Member* to the llnuw of Peers to hear the Commission reail. Mr. Ley, Uie chlefrlerk, accom pa...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 July 1835
The late arm al from Hie Cape, puli »? in poHouion of English Intelligence up lo the 26th February. The Parliament met on the Wth. The following from the South Africa* Advertiser, stales the de feat of MiniMera, on the first night of the Sefiioii of the new . Parliament ; upon the 'election of a Speaker -H wai sup posed they would be left In the minority upon the amendment lo the' King*' Ad drew, and that the fate of Sir Robert Peel'sCabinet would be the remit. Hea Ten grant it, and that revolution may be averted from our native land, by the full and uninterrupted working of the lUfurm and other aalutary Bills. Tlie biewiug. derived from the change, will ipedily be felt in the Coloniea. We may yet hope. By the brl. 7%muu Snctk. wjitrh sailed from En« latnfon the Mill IVbruary, we have rerelvwl flies of Pawn up to the Kth. they slate the resnllnjif llie Elections, and contain Uie debates e-f three nlghu lu 'ilcSnli to ralcolatlons made apparently with ?real M'C by the able conduelnrs...
Bhasts of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 July 1835
Phases of the Moon. Last Quarter— 18th July, 35 mts. past 1 afternoon. tjlllll|H|ll|l]Mll|slIIi is 1 7 » I ' 31 j o 1 j 5 .85 I u n J 0 10 J £,£]'; The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint Valentine Griffith, Esq. a Justice of the Peace for the Island of Van Diemen's Land, and its Depen- dencies. Mr.Colin McKinnon has been appointed pound keeper at the Meander River. &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 July 1835
FREIGHT & PASSAGE. For Leith Direct, --» Toe fine frst-saillng Barque TJfPta « UOCBIBL,' ^F3y% 300 tons re«itter, Captain Tao T' sS«iM»' Mii*o*s, »W ?art 'om V»'i33H Lauoces'ou for ihe above port, J (Viier tRfSo brins engaged) on the. first of A.-nmi-This ves«l h«i superior accommoda i«« for |ia«eng-r«, and passage money m-- «-er..te. Apply to Jai. P. Sloaoe, Hobart Cown, or (ice 10 the undesigned, where a flan of the cablo ma; be seen. . KEftR, ALEXANDER, 4- Co. Lflunceston Wharf, igthjtpril, 183&. For Hobart Town, — ?» THE fine fast-sailing *Mp ?iWPjKjSi It. Stefhehron, commander, SMSpwrak «ill be quickly despatched for VS£3Za9 the above Pert, having a ('eat ?per;ioi. of her cargo engaged Irom the Com ?aiasirtat. HEWITT, GORB, h-Co., Agents. St. Jolintltr«t,3oDe 17, 1835. jEJ^ Norval, A ND on Sale at the ?tore* of the Voder «? signed :— T«o double bodied carriages Two gigs Two superior piano* from the home ol Broad wood ' An assortment oHroo fjemlmen'* ready atadec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 July 1835
SAf.ES BY AUCTION. To Capitalists and Others. ]VJU GEORGK HAMILTON, Jins tlu honor tu inform Ins uumeroiiB pn-: iron', nnd Hie Colonists in general, tJiBl lie lias been favo'ircil witlipusitiveimlriiC' liutis, to sell by Public Auction, at Ilie I'u mir Auction and Comm-»sion Sn1e llooms, Clmrlrs Street, on SultJiiliv lbe2'-Ui insi. wilhuiit rr«erve,-rAJI that bjglily itn provud and invuluable LSTATK, con taining by Bdmcasurcnienl 2 !)i ucres, or lliereabouts, bellic smne a little moru or Lbs, the properly ofMr. Allan M'Kin non, situated at Cleaeant Hills, on tbe wes tern banKof the river T«m»r, and distant from the Town of Leunceston oh y VI miles. Mr. Hamilton boga to call tlie at tenlion of tho Public to this i'roperly, ubich will bo sol'l 'upon the fo! owing — Term*:— J 5 per cent, deposit, at lhe t me of sale, .and tlio remainder ]p ap proved bills for equal amounts, at 9 and 18 months, bearing interest at 10 per cent. '. rOSlTIVJJ.SALE OF CATTLE, &e. To be Sold by Publi...
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 July 1835
SYDNEY INTELLIGENCE. Dy tbe Kimrvd. we havr- S« dnry jnnrniili lo the 25th ulllmo._TliB William Union, Roman, nrrlvedou tlieStlli.wi h MerchaniliM, M from l-«rlimoiilli,onUielH« February. Intelligence by buHt consequent!; uninteresting la its., we obsrrre fniinawmniiiiilra'lon of Messrs. iinckln & Bagiter, that Jhe English Wool Market had ira proved, rather than suffired any farther dc iirMsion.tlie prices obtains! at «be latest sales liriiigaboi(t«lirt«amcmaiihoipo.r List October. Meisr«.B.& B.sny. 'altlitmRbwcsrarrelydara venture to tliliflc tint Dili improvement will bo rarrieti fiiilher at present, we yet bope there will lu no reaction between tliimnJ the arrivalof your wooli of the approaching ??aion.' The following arc the prices realized for Wool:— Best FJocla, superior fleeces 2». 3d lo 4j. fid. Second.... ? - ? I 6. lot ,0 lllftiior flocks ....... 0 10 to I. 0 V. D.L. Inleitor ? 0 10 ' to I 1 Middling ........ i % '« i ?» C..AMHI *- Jl in 4 ft ope ?-...*?.„;...
SWAN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 July 1835
''»'-«-»«»»aBa««aaaais^a5s5a5ai SWAN RIVER. (I'rom the Perth Ctutttc.) Tlie Attamt ..nngs us a valuable Investment in slieepj ami -ve a.-e cM to find thai llic upeeulation lias been .h^.r.'sh.ilp^1- J° 6'«''-'''S '-? —ui of ^^;:^^;;^c^Kee'^ni=dMny s: iwrlics i-mplnycl io re puck il.a.U t,y all wlm saw it.atv Bi.)lC.mr H- any W-ki.*j CXOO.Uil irmn Vmi ....... .»7 Laud. F.on. Uuelaud also.w^iavcUic n,o't lavorabli reporu of the quality -if our wool ; we hi. pic. therefore that llic parlies wim have lamed their atuiillnn (ntliiat lurralivc source, for llie c ? loymeiil or their rai.iiat^ will «r,ve to supimn tlie cbaraelci we Imve ol.ia ,ied We have been favored wi.li the perusal ofsome in. teresllnp le ten from a Gentleman al Caleolta, who evidently l..kes a lively interest in mir brlinlf. No lione seems In beciilertnincd for llir rrrovciynl Hie Mcnurir —a low which, independent of the sacrlliceof live., 1s senoilkly lo lie deplored, as a calamity materially Bf. fj-cn.ic the intereM, ...
Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 July 1835
Corn fHaitct. - KnlliinB of cnMeqncncf lias been dnnr in Wheat tins unk.Tuid lluycit appear very hliy. The ruccnt larjic qiiiiulilice slnjijitd und ttie fciill iniTur oiiaiilitics nbciut in he (liiiiprd to Sydney, ln|;rlliei vilb llie arilvalMif Ameilrail Pluur, and considerable qun.ilitles ol Uiat iiuk-le evpu'ird blinrlly to lurive, and Ibc niluced (ii ices at Sydney, liai Inr llie prcicni ttirawn a damp un tp^'culalinn. After ttic prt'Cfnl cliipiticnts li.ivt' been flelivrxri nnd luld tn llie Sydney Ifaikel, V( limit m how (pei'uIuilonB will so an ; bin C .ic.ks or two nionllis must elapse, before that can be aaccr tuined— and by that lime large foreign arrivals me canceled, The wheat market it rattier loner this work, In con sequence of a calibldvrabie «|ilanlily liavlng cnine t(t market.nml abunt ICtlu.m oi line flour Imvinc arrived fruin America by the T- lice, anil a report Him tno'ithir Vc-li-il had called with flour, and lliat 1000 bnnlicla eriTXotrU'J frnm England pet Ulc ...
IMPORTED GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 July 1835
1MPO UTED GOODS. Aleprrhbd ' 0 0 0 to Ditto iiit dozen 0 12 G Co 0 13 0 -HiowuMoiii\ ('«:'«''?) 0 12 0 la 0 13 0 CollVe pi-i lb b- tin; iiag 0 0 H (o, 0 0 10 Chicur per Ib 0 0 0 lo 0 1 0 Name |iei ditto 0 I 0 to 0 I 3 .Salt pi'l -»n CO 0 lo ? 0 Q SDappeidillo 4U « 0 '» Dillo per lb -o O 0 5 Sugar per ion 20 0 0 lu I-luol F.aueeilo. i-pr(o» 2.5 » 0 lo J)nto -l'ii«,-li^-'|4uo.o (, Ditto ditto— pet lb flragj in 0 0 4 Dii/o-lnto— |-ei lb. loal 0 I) ? io 0 » U limn in bond, per gallon 0 4 0 lo 0 4 G JJillo dul) iiaid, pel «1iU'0 13 0 II O It II liMndj i« bond, (ieidit'0 0 5 0 (o 0 5 0 Diuodut) paid, pai ditto 0 19 0 lo 0 2(1 0 tiill in Dond, pur ditto 0 4 0 lo 0 4 6 J)ilto fluty paid, per ditio 0 la 0 to 0'20 0 Tea .per - bust 6 0 0 lo 0 .0 0 J)HID|).) Jl. 0 2 0 to 0 3 6 Tobaccu in bond, per Ib 0 0 10 Jo 0 1 0 Ditto duty paid, pei Ib 0 t 0 to 0 3 0 Cigar- pei 1)0 1 0 10 0 lo i 4 0 Vim-gar jjfr gallon 0 fi 0 (o Wiheb— Port ptr dnzcii (-? 2 2 0 UiMO per gallon lo 0 15 O Madclia per d«z. fo...
HOUSE OF LORDS.—TUESDAY, FEB. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 July 1835
HOUSE OB LOIU-S.-TsaiDtT, Ph. H. At It o'clork ladles liesan to arrive, nd before two, they hail completely filled the »lflc gnllarics. us. also more than ball she body of the Mouse. Ten Judges were present, and a larger assemblage of tlie diploma lie corps than we ever before witnessed on a simitar occasion, Uic number licine nearly thirty. At two o'clock the guiu. were heard unnmin'cing His Majes. ty'»de|mi one from the Palace, and shortly slleiwi.rdi the trumpets (never hear. I in lliciild House) aunnnn ced the Kind's arrival. The Commons having been i- ? moned. Ills Majesty rieltveicd. the following apeech hi a firm tone of voice :— 'Mi Loam »iid Gnniiiur-I avail asyself ofthe earliest opportunity or niecllnt you In Parliament, af ter having recurred in the sense ef my people. ' Ton will, I itm conndenU.fully participate In the regret which I feel allhc distraction by aecldenlal Are of thai pan of the ancient Palace of Westminster, which lias been long appropriated to tlie use o...
HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 July 1835
HOUSE OF COMMONS. In the House of Commons the debate on the choice of a Sneaker commenced at a quarter pan two. Lord Francis Bgcrton |-n-|ioscd Sir C. M. Button, whose qualifications he culc;lied,aiid whose expe rience he Maintained it was tlie innre Important to se cure. In consequence of the destruction of several of the Parliamentary documents ana lecnnls by the recent Are. He quoted the speeches or Lord Morpelli »rd Althrop, Sir P. Burdcll, to., in favour or Sir Jhatles on the last occasion, and paid a handsome tribute to Mr. Abticronibj 's mciit uud quullBcaUuns, Sir ti. Barrell seconded, 'the motion osi personal grounds alone, and disclaimed any political views in the conrse he was taking. Mr. W. Denlson propoied Mr. Abercromby ; and ar gned, tliat llicauesUon wasiwl mtrcly i^rsonal/but out of political principle J and lliat, as lib Ifajesly had appealed to the people to ascertain their opinions, it was incumbent on the Parliament lo place in the chair as their reinesenlallve,...
THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE LAUNCESTON, V. D. LAND, SATURDAY,JULY 11, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 July 1835
me CORNWALL CHRONICLE ZAXJNOESTON, V. D. Land, Sir c/BDir, Jatr II, 1835, 'ttitainoit melancholy and nAletlve erent, from the liorrcjitnf ivhlcli the mind anil wen turns away in vain, and coining su suddenly on thesnd cntasunphc thai overlook the prison ship George llie third, the. Sueilion very naturally suggests llstU', * what can be tffreasnnol tliesc Eucceuivc And awful sbipu'rcujk*' now, winch alnce the linl Bctllemenl of tlicie dlaUhl' culuuicn had never l.cfoicoccn.TedV l'lle InvcsliEatiun that tnnk place with the eircumilancirt attending Ike lots or the Gurge (Us TMrd, sheved, that tbat ship was aluwt (on «U and/roll lo /.ore *«» chartered fir so Jons « vogacc, tvlth to numy toult on board; and -r the inquiry, wltlcti, we learni the envemment Is uow instlluline li'lollie circumstances of llie present dis IvetsiiiR wreck, ahonld cum I- Inaftimilar conclusioif, wliicli from tht si atinirUi' fallti'E to pieces aj the vend, vc nlnm&l anltcipute, il ulil appear tliat inmc...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 11 July 1835
To the Editor. 8m,— In the speech altrtbuUi (0 «ii Jr.... Unujlhe Gotcruoi, on the opening of), . co** '., eonUniilnBto«,,pty the strength ofV,le 'i'V eangsofdoiiblotransporj.on roads and K ??»i-.»BWj.lU ba *,!.l,|(.d to cxpo?t „ rlf'l mile,, .reckoning il, .in-.oEi.ie., from it, 'f/'1 -he -Colony, a single bridie bin, i tnt .of whirl., I b.f™ no he-llaUonl^LZ ££' K added to «LIcl7, the e'os, |. «0 SS^.'1^; o operato a. n tax on agricnlinre and imiirowm .„, and amounts 10 .bom Iwen.y sliHllngi 011 '«rr hundred bushels of whmi bronghtto marln 7 farmer in Ihe ,irini,, of l4tn, 0™ cd\f 29 per ennnm lo tlic person who rent, ae i f»», l. ere, for iiMr.mliof hi. fan, nwdo' . theri»er.whiclihcinr!i|-n»rily nfus-am .11 the fermor tad tl.oipirii,0 PLCJbo,, ^S be keep, on Ihe rivw. and no* naj. Ule „ „ man nothing. The tax on the passengers by Cox's coach amounts to upwards of sixty pounds per annum ; where even a child in the arms of its nurse, is charged puntage. &nbsp; &nbs...
TO THE PROPRIETORS OF THE TAMAR RANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 July 1835
'TO TIIEPROPRIBT0RS4FTIIETAHAR I1ANK.» ' I had not intruded tn notice the romsiiniiHeiin! pnhli^ied bj- Mr. D.,m lute, In llie LauHcetlm lAtmrti- *rr ol Issl Thur.clny, until the Mil-inn which uiil be held un llie SIsl instant, al which an opportunity lu rebut the allegations made against me, would be affor. ded— but, from communications I have received by this day'» post, I I Mi it incumbent on me, el wrf.ta satisfy you, and the public generally, on one imlni ?the assertion tliat I have broken my faith wllli llie Froprinon of ttiia Bslablialiment, In having lo do with. tlMilim,' which is unfounded.' ' injustice to myself, Iiowevor, I immediately ailnnb ed the only mode, by which the «Me mailer can be brought brtbre the public, vie— lit aimupenl to a lt(«! tribunal Any further reply from me, llicrtl.ur, would be premature.' ' LEWIS W.GILLES.' ' Uunceiton, July It, ISU,' *?* vae above appeared in the Cornwall Cliranicla of latl Smmday. Mr. Gill« intends to appeal (n a legal iribunal ...
AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 July 1835
AU8TRAMA. Extract or e letter from Ctpt. Sir Itichtrd Spencer, dsted King George's Sound, to a mem ber of the Society ot Friends in London :— ' Nothing can equal the fineness of the climate and the country; as far as I hate aeen, it is beautiful. I purchased I&OA acres adjoining tlii- roltage, a few weeks since, from Ihe Government, »t Ss. per acre, eqnal in quality to most estate in Ireland of the same nient. There are many valleys near the town, in extent, without a tree to pweut -!-» plough being euterec) at once, cud fii to bear any crop j my wheat itack would not diigrate any farm jaril In Devonshire) but as yet I have no tarn to thraMi it, nor any mill to rind It, I have been hern nine months, and we have had but one day of really bad weather. In this neighbourhood we have plenty of water: I found water at the depth of twenty one feet, and I afterwards souk another well nearer lo the house, at »evenietn feet ; the water is eicellent and has never failed, although this ...
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 18 July 1835
smp jjj»JE news. *«ly 14-s.rrlved tlie Mliooner Bnttrprtu, Captain Huater, from 8yduey. Cargo, to W coats, 10 buxes July 18-Cltared al the Custom Uaau, the barque JVimnd, Captain Wweman, f»r Sydney. Passengers, Mr. Hauler! Mr. Pallenon. Mr. a.idMn. Reibey, Sir. jtihn Hurt. kr. Uriug, Mr. Spsnee. Mr. and H». Peck, mil Mr. Mac noo»«i Toirn -Bir »»iri. July IJ-Arrived the ship Afrlcaine, from Mauritius, *JlulyUls-Arriwed llie barque New Tork Packet. tram Newtuutle, Sew Sooth Wale», -wilh a cargo or cuitli and cattle. - ?