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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Compiled for the Cornwall Chronicle,] AND CORRECTED THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 July 1835
HaututSttra iictatl $ruc Cumnt, ^Compiled for the ConuaM Chronicle,] AKBCORXBCTBB TUU »-A¥. ? Cfe&wfel fnduce. Jmforld Goods. t j. d. t ». -». Alepcrlilid. - 0 0 Ale per Ant. , 0 U r. SarfcpWlni. - 0 0 Grown MMilrte, 0 IB « n»incrll1ld. 4 0 0 CIT.cpcrlUbng) 0 Old l-Ka-l(«l»lo»l*- ? 0 1° -J!-M*e per 1» 0 I 8 Hlieuil l-crewl. too Jl.im ncr do 010 Duller fic«li,IH.r ll-0 1 6 Salt prr Inn T - 0 Dmn »bU lin do. 0 * « fioj^ per di- 40 V O llaiimporlb. CSC SnK«r peMon *8 0 « )Ufo,ii-cr4b 0 I a |.|v.nr Prann do 55 o 4 B«cd--rtb 0 0 1) Ditto Fa«1 India X O O Muu.'nrcrdo 0 o g Oillo |»r II) (hnR) 0 0 3 VmMtKtla « ' ' DilW|icrJ6 (!««-)« « ? Clioc'nme per Ib V S 0 D..d...dulyimW 0 10 0 Clirwclierlb « « ?? Jlrmidy rf.i (liuml) 0 S 0 Candle. (moulds) « 0 10 Do. do. duly p«i.l. I a 0 Wilta .H-H|«) * ?' ° CfiKwri-at. fbciurt/O 4 II Ecu ton diizen ' II Do. tin. duly imld 10 0 Krnn «[ buslicl 0 1 0 T.'O ,iei cliol ' » ! In Oitnieal I«r Ib O O a D.lin ,irr 111 0 « o rltvilfrtotl 4 0 0 T..Wcco ...
English News. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 July 1835
?ffingHsl) iJtfafl. 1?'r.T'ir!l'.^''i'illraU''1 *'»iUm Uleiioale, ftha S7lh Mhi-cIi) imlfriiit! on the »erseof aunllillallon. Tlie Tori' a «ete keatwi, after -V,ur nlEl,t, rtebaleori the addrc... by a .mall tnajiirily. which curried ,u umrn-1. iiieiit,cMirei»ve or diMailrf.cUon at llie Int. ,)!...,? liillnii of r»rl(»mein. Tlie Tories ware a third time brnlenuntlie 14lli Maicli, on tin' nneitlnli of the Cliof tiamrlecli'iii.bvJi majority of SI votri-eml the (Ir.1 wnk In April.it ttaa eicpreled, would wittiest their lomi ovmnrow, on n nioilon cxprcstlveo! t!i« want of cnnffdciice tn the prcwnl Minliiry. Sir C. M.Suuon U created Lord Canlerbnrr, Sir B. Saplenliurnlmedtlieiealt or the UrA Chancellorship In Ireland, on aecounl nf hli lady nut JnivJiie been received at got crument Imuie. . f lr.P ? IrJ^' iB ?PP0,1'l«l «o tlie West India Union. Admiral Thon-|»on in tlie Worth American. fo?'u,l3cll'.n(ie?'li''ne '* '''I-°i'U:'1 Vni' SecrcUry A conimininn l- ap|inlnlcd to rcfiillate punllli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 July 1835
FREIGHT U PASSAGE. For London, .. .^3.. THE brig LAVINIA, jMlStt CAlKk,Mflater,U eipccicd to clear | ^HBaa out for London, by the middle' dBSBior August. She will have room ! S333Sfor a few Bain of Wool, and' will carry Passengers, should any offer, Ap-] PJI° WILLIAMS, CAMPBELL, *fcQ.i or'o HEWITT, GOKE, & CO. July 11, 1835. For Leith Direct, —3, The fine fHM.«i.iJinir BarqOe ~M-k LOCHIEL, MBBsSbL 300 torn reeiiler, Captmu Tno SMHl ma1 Millovs, will ?9'1 '»?-- «399B Launcestoa for tbe above port, (?II her cargo being engaged) on the first «fj August. This ve*i*l has taperior accommoda tion for passen|?eM,aBdpa»»age money m*., . derate. Apply to Jas. F. SWane, Hobart Town, or here to the undesigned, where ? plan of the cabin may be teen. KERB, ALEXANDER, * Co. Launceston Wharf, 18:h April, 1835. For Sydney, ^S» THE brig HIND, Wt att. Mam Mutter, hourly *specleil to MEfflXL arise from Hobart town. S&SSaJk Her cargo bring ready, to pat on OJjJg bosrd wih all possible di...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 July 1835
SASbSS BYAUCTION. -.-.; ..-: 2 ,!(tii! ' ' ? :BjT -v;trc »'???!. ::r' C AMPBELI. TOWM.j To he ^old^'^tMv';AtKlh7ii 3Sy MR. JAIrlEB HVMe, A' 'l»rge 'nttoriin'ent' t-f UCUOUANtifZEj con.i.tmg ''TV .-???'? .--????'. -'? ?' \ — 9tnj-«:»og»i; ;, ???—.? ; .: I'.,.' ...L .:;!,:)8uiter,rip|). .- „ ,: „...!,? u- i '.iurp .;: .6tfflp,#i»r.fh.i :.. ?? ; :i ;ri ...?.?. ' ... ..Bravcfljpnncls., 'Infjs ..' .-.!-. ''??-'?- :??' '' I, , Cuiry-r.pml*«, pPckvl kllivo-' ? .!il!.!..- j ...... i;-H«HMi»»!l.!B'.- .::'?? -.!::?!..??.? ???'??' Slioc liainniers, CBiinisicr |jowi]«r .I'1 . Sttjped «|ijrts,TH«'.i» ?:;:.?? it-'! j - '' :MniV^tB, «h'C l-iti-hcs, .: .. : :i \ A'hd'otlier^goor1s tba WoicroiisJpr.4nsc (iun| in lotno Miii purchasorg. -' ? . . r ? '^ '1?; '.';' V.'.'-^. ;,'.'? ? :',','''' ?:.''tj':Vt-;- Tp'M.dfrid j by PultUc. Auction ? ,*lir: WKB.' J* HOU GHTON, j rfl 12-VHprft, nli Saturday ihe Hlh Aumus/I , m, at.Lmitfqrd, Norfolk I'lainw', rpWBlVt mo«t yAInaM« AIXOT.M^ TS *'. iif.BOlllDINUi^SUOU...
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 July 1835
India: (ft*i»-«te'71ran«llluO Si, 0 Mncalf-gmiOillttiry lliHu»«M»ciiL'ral Sir 1. ?T . ..__ n. ? ...i.. ...-..' fiun Aii-itt aiiCAlUlOl -*' mine f..r ever. ??Ith'y^^Wfta'fefSfS.ffllja J lilsuny. The Urrt was tMticlMnt'lriieHy nltlnr1''11*', lVlMt muit nut be nie^flim'W the »ns'5 w»el! fcrlgadc.l will. tliM.aiMfrWfr, W'df» *'\W[t1.,1rf g'lsj&rate ^.^wsJsrasrM Indian Government : yet, Ilial Claim, Ills iinomucl' '(egra. ? ded onnpgc, 4i tfiire (il»i-» «* I«J-'3 aiW«-» of Cord William Dtntlnck (- 't«f1*»1!!r-!SIMS ?r ''I their arrival In KBBlaiiil with WfliliiBi fte'jMP;1'''. 1 S3SSSSS!3ESSSi r.l |M|i|i||iiwiiUii.lbati|ilim AVTF'J 'ifflP'0'/0'?' to- G?G° O.'ailll F'-ra/ir,v.l8» -NoiW.JTIie Coverii6r GeaenU ul.ludlH.-iiiX.i.;cll/Jl 4-l«aWri^i dtract. Iliat ttae-*c|ice of pniilshingsuldlen of tlie«atl»u Army. ivl,fi:,lftUtj)i.lill.W Wll».,, be ai.canlli.ilcd Mali JSe /residencies,- and tlmlll.lii.il henceforth Ue com: neleal:l»tl»|r-1tfcltoeiltl)l. ^clsjEhment W Jf'lRinle Collrl-W...
THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON, V.D. LAND, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 July 1835
CORNWALL CHRONICLE. lAtTNCESTON, ,. V. D, LiNOtSATVRD)fjftr%r 25, 1835. ,' '? ?- - K ^^ ! f /. , Wo 'are willing tovconslrjer ourselves inilisbted lo' ihe'kiiidncti i^f ilieponon Who forwarded to ui, a few dnys since, the puquel, containing two of our Cuntempp rory Joorn&li— the one of the NortherA«rtid' 4be olherof-lhejtfialhciii part af.Jhe Jjlond, together with-ihe- few ** 1deBi1ttonchfng the New Qiurtf r-Sesslons Act. Agreealily, to -lie desire «i[iresse-), wo will of&k bur lontirneuls tlujreon. 1 ho i. olony ib repre 8ehled1)y one Jouriiullo1)0 in ailWe of great new)— Ihe other ob«tio'st6)jr;i3dBieii'. it. Tlie one (which we will denminaie l'ie iladioat I'ress) propbede* «n -Alnkoai immediate aiii$ of/nlsery— the other tSlie Mini«tcri»l Press) proclaim* nn such thing to bo drcadeii. Ihe Radical I'ress eita falialici its Bnticipntioni. upon actual , (Sr- cnrnBlancea— the Ministerial Press, founds in deniata upon the anme.' The Bale of the Crown (.P'osji denonncfi...
Corn Market [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 July 1835
Corn jBarbct. Mo nltrrttiiu llii* we.lc ; 'rjp lilllt dnUff. ,Wli»t, O..CJ. lo 7- ;!QjrlcT 5i v ottt 3«. per btittiet. Tli«r« f*1ittlc-UDri-tton in tlie fi'ice of when ?inr» «qr U»t, few «*lfs luliiir j^»» o»ia? la ll-r ???lilru for the noil port lioliiina/ luck in eKpacta lioi of a riie. fome imall ?l|ipmpnl»*foolinue lo In* ma-1o tn Sfilnry, wbf re owing* lo the loiiif con* linuani o «f dry n'ralhrr. llif linuri «C ihp ?(?Illrrt weitt mticli rtonpfrl. Wlipttl 7- (M -' fii rnis6il l-c-- 1-ikWI, 'harlrt 6» In 7i di ll», c»t«'5i to 5i 01 liftl flnur 221. lo 241. prr ton, 8-cnr.vi Jditln 201. to S3!. Prleta at Syiiner, Jnlt 5T-Wlie»l 8» 04 lo jOj per busbel ? Coiuieh, ;,i!y «. * W'iicJtis qnnipil ln tlie Syd'ipy pspnr. rT Hie ' Oili instant m7-0d la On fid a btiiucl, and Ben. -«al«nratu7-dmo.-lDUl.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 July 1835
The following important eilract from the e^1)'' ft ih* L'^ Chancellor (Brougham) before. ihij Committee, ap pointed to conWder the present alaie or the Law of Libei, we strongly reconv mend 10 the Attentive peruaal arid consider ation --f die. fudgei o'mll fail Mojrily'iCo. 1onie», M doubtlew the opinion of the highest legal Authority of Englanfl, will,' in /ulure, bs of aiiialance to toll Judgea.par ticnlarly their Honors, 'who+appws 4©( preside' 5' «aaep °t libel,' ! It would almost appear, from ita Coio t)i«)appl!cabHiiy,lhal Lord Brbnghamhad the celebrated decisiona of some Colonial Judges in Vww HI the lime of 'making his Wosl interesting and pertinent fenwks. ?»? I -hold it Jo be^uite-clear, lhat»e»ery» thing which tends to fewer the character «f *!» -partlna who write and publish newspirperi.iemls In just the same propor tion to diminish the purity or those pub- licatSon*, ahfl w 4es»en the seowity w'hltfc the community list against the abuse of Ihe'presi. For this reason. I ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 July 1835
HEIRS AND NEXTjbp KJN WANTED. tn thc'lalval Engluti Papers, nmicnr adveiliaements fortliefiillnirliigHein, &c. i-Tlie lirirond leealees of Gyles lru-n, of Ctiflmi, In GioiKrealeibl ire, Ihe le gatees of James. Giiiice,- nud Gernj-r Cmmay Monugo, of Lackhnm-hnuae, Wills ; tire aniunul ol money in iln uiat! iKine lXS,tmo. Nvtl a! liirt tit Babul Micltell, ?iieichuul, Hiialiil, died 1813, or the te, letenUUivn. Heirs nf John Wnrrallou, steel toy niklci, Wolver bauipluu sol Chailes Crourh, of Antigua, afterwards of HKcknry ! -'? IheChuneeiy jail. Villifel v. W'Dit i.iou | nil ol kin of Lavender Wall, nf Girt-nwich, died 1B7D ; Gvurce Aluell, of l,,nclon, dud 18!8 ; Al lan Lanilicn, ol Caithalton, Siiny. and I Iliabelli, his u-JIr. Sixty C. Niclwlum, Cleturttt Niclu liox. «f Wat wick, clerk, Ann Hardnian, Crace Hall, Lillici Ruth, Klit.bell. Jackson, Wiliiuiu I'nley, D. I'., and Mary Paley, Irnauvs in Ihe will of John Nielli Iwn, «f Car liilr, dird J7SS. Nijl iifdl.i o! Jilizabil...
Police Incidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 July 1835
^otitt^fnetttnts. |7»« Kitten Jtls—On Thunday mornlng.Sept. J, Alex, anderileptou.a lialr dresser, w.as charged under the following circumstances ;-John Maunden,a meagre looking obj'Cl, who acknowledged tint fie 'yarned * livelihood by cagglngin public .houaca,' stated, Umt he -went the night before into a lipuee of fall for lal Inn, In Blihnngate, midiat thereto enjoy lilt pipe. The defendant b«an to annoy ike genllemnn present very much, liy telling lies about the many men, and ladies too. nfliicli rank, whom lie had taken by Hie nose; and he (complainant) endeavoured gently to prevent Buy further offence, an rtiempl vJhfcti was resented bv a hlownn thelon of the linae. . ? The defendant said, that the complainant had tlloughl proper to play off one of his professional tricks boon one who knew nothing about hfm.wiilcli to iiim (defendant) was telling -the company that he liad just. boen,ouloftom|)liiiirlil to the family, lo eliavea de ceased friend, that lie heard « dug gi owl and...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 July 1835
BIRTH. — At Rhodes, on the 11th instant, the lady of THOMAS WALKER, Esq., of a daughter, the eighth child. DIED — On the 18th instant, aged 51, Mrs. PEAR- SON, the beloved wife of Dr. PEARSON, of Camp- bell Town. She lived greatly respected, and died sincerely lamented by a large circle of friends and acquaintances.
SYDNEY NEWS. SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 July 1835
SYDNEY NSWS. SUPREME COURT. ?The following U the ipcecV or Dr. bnc.nii Ihe at Mslonorthe Motion, »»tJieji»rt of K- W,. O'Shaug neasey, Kdiioruf tlie tybuy GoutU, lac a Criminal Informalum:— '. „ Dr. Ling then addressed the «oart In * speech or ti«iliiiiir«;of wlrltli.ht, mwr, we can only promt oar reader, with the following abstract I— ?????? ' Although I am not accustomed »o npnk In .public, in sucli circumstances aa thoieTln which I now nud my. «ir. ? r.niinl bat account myself ftirtunale lu beiiii; permitted' lo speafc4n niy -own behalf In an? elrcum itancea oliiltRr. «.t+s*iirlMlege-l!aiavi- seldom en. joyed in thit«iloliyforin»iiyyear»ii«.i5 fur, coutu lulro'sulJirciiutfiai press lias been till very late)}', and ensaged.ast have been. In undertaking which have appeared to me tn be connected with tht ad valiceuiclll of Ilie public wtir.ro, 1 liave been obliged to -it lilent while -ny character wi traduced, and my motive, and' actions misrepresented by the press, will;, out being...
TWO MORE SHIPWRECKS! [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 25 July 1835
TWO MORE SHIPWRECKS ! (From the Colonial Times.) &nbsp; Of the many reports that have been spread, relative to the total wreck and des- truction of the Enchantress, we believe the following may be relied on as correct, as far as it goes t — At about ten o'clock on Friday night, &nbsp; the 17th instant, the vessel was proceed- ing up D'Entrecasteaux's Channel, with a foul wind. Captain Roxborough had just descended from the deck to the cabin, and was in the set of looking at his chart, the &nbsp; chief officer was on deck, when the man who was stationed at the head of the vessel called out, stating that they were close on the land. The captain went immediately &nbsp; &nbsp; on deck, but before he had reached it the &nbsp; vessel struck upon the rocks in such a manner as rendered it altogether impossi- &nbsp; ble to save any single thing, except the captain's chronometer, sextant, and the &nbsp; small box containing the m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835
ABVERTIKEMEKT. c Found, . ? SUVDRY small articles, cnnsfg'Jm; of— Pocket 'Globe, &c. &n-, (opposed to fatjvcb'een stolen. Tlie owner, by identifying them* and finyinRibe. cxpenie of ttie Advcr Us menu, nifty -have thcm.by appljing U tbtl UlCce, or iO.Mr. JuJtK Fa,«Ks, , . , . Launceit«c( Aag 1, 1939, - '
Court of Requests, London. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835
ffiourt ot aatqutdts, Uonttou. Tragedy in Tribulatim.~KIn. Margery VbL kir.B,athort fqunt figllie, with face and arms as blue as bl.'berrleB, waddled, tip to the lirui.li to make good herrlaimlo Ifs. 9d. for the litbdc. mldol ablution of tlie tody linen of Mister Keoikle Macredy WoldcgreVe, a iIk foot aspirant to his trionic lioiioors, and a well known stir at one of thi- amateur minor theatre*. Tlie appearance of -ue defendant created same merriment, hiBuethtrr limbs displaying the then, trical ' sock and buskin,' which strangely con. tratted with a blue body coat, buttoned cloie sip lo his chin. He had evidently been capturicl, just as lie was preparing to ' cork' for a dries rehearsal of Othello. The complainant aet forth the mode in which the defendant had contrived to cot into her debt. She declared she had undertaken to keep him in clean linen for 9A- a week; but having, Irmi repeated washings, reduced his entire stock to one eliirl and a couple of lailt, she presented her bil...