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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835

July »r-»m».-.lW ThwXCaftalqJ HdjeImi, fjyn? inly ST-AtMlLllic lirli llind, Caplaiu Wvult.froui ituliailTuwu.— CanWgeneral tn order, ^v notiai T«wa U|)- kiwi. .'* The culler Alary A]*n arrived -iu Ibetf&nlf. ftara tsuncwtgu, witii I.8M- *u«hel» ?, of ? o«i«. i ? ?' ' ' ?' * : '' * ? Tlir Adelaide end TyJ«~are'on'Uic point ot celling fur Sydney.

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Court of Requests. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835

Court of &t$nc£t6. riatnuin Cmiotrj cases Court he'lJ onSnoiday.Slli Anentt, -

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(From the Tasmanian, July 24.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835

_ . (from the V'oiptaniqn, July 81.) , ', By tlie Murray, Lieutenant Governor Artlinr liu received despatches from Lord Aberdeen, Ilie Secretary ot Slam for the Colonies , ^f ihenoit (Bilslactoryrletcrinllon. , _' -, We have ilie 'nlrasivre to state, 1lvM Captain MoBiajrtt Is conHnned jn lie office of Colonial Secretary, i. .., : HisEkeptlenr-j^Bticwa.' as respect iliat 'nortion i-f thA horrible iDortrihitn death system; wlilch nor' reader* will recollect Ji«« bren *» strong)? mm. mewed upon in this Journal, lh« working fare, 4n Irons, Crown fills* lets for Niels-British offences, were so entirely ennenrred in by Lord Aberdeen, that In 'the despatch juit received, authority »»i piven lo e*bollsli to inhuman a practice, and his Exccllenpy lost, not » moment In personally car rying it tmo effect.' lie rode oiit on Wednesday morning to Glcnsrehy;' Where tlieae men are at work, and uuied their chains to be alruck off In lit* present)*. ? . ' ? ? TRIAL feT 10nv IN VAN VtEUEM's l»ND. Mr. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835

1 1 When « Governments «are\en to ' the I lisc1 arge of 1t» fai* Vr-ULSarel e» .of the I mierftli oi the governed. WlienH {treats tlieir just petitions tttlb a disregard, that I Ian be construed into nothing fhort of the I If-Mt jMuhinj contempt — the contempt of I le governed towards it cannot be an un I atural remit. ' We are desirous that our I egislature should by it* wise CpunseU I nd salutary Laws, deserve the reverence L -the honor *-r |he .. people— *od for this I eason, we heg with every . n»pect to the L tiling «utftririlit«,-toxali'l4ieir immediate P- nd particular' attention to the appoint [l lent of a. Commissioner Tor the Supremo P )ourt in tbe'*.Tp«'» of kauncestoo.— [the Iobbbs ilidt daily accrue lo Borne or ttlierof ihe respectable tradesmen In ilie L|fown, by avrindtera leaving the Colony, |n derision of the Law, T r the want of a competent authority to enforce it, U b« :omoof serious «on»eijirence. iy ijiecom nunily generally. It is destroying ihe and feelings whi...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835

? ; ' . . . r; Co t*t Ctitot. J ', : J .? - 8f«,-After filling lu column, 'v)lb atuit anil W traction f-ir npwardl of ill neeka, the AteirtUer, npon \ht flrat cxpoaure of lta'motlvM/ Terymaffnatit*' mofiljr -oundi.« retreat, and ilnd, pul thai Uic J'obllo have been aaliated with thi« , dliguitlng alinte of the . ,!?-»?. the Public, Infact. ii«r-, -ieen iulS.c|eptly.. bared trltb the Piojirlctor't private quarrel,. IL la time ?to^ivil the aecne » iiie-»u«mf-u.-li»wcver, lu el*«* ovtc .tlie «iwnMl mlrodncUon ef* report upon »n*rbltra-; tlon ca*ra merely to gratify penonal pique, J, %oo Jame tit deceive Ihe Bio«l Ipiorant, . ., ?'??y :' I liave e-ihyer»ea with tome o( the olden MutdenU In this Culony— trltli Oeiitlemen who have been fcter* «hahu Tor liall* century and more, both »ttome and ?liniaa, mno »iol dnejunongw them it 40 ,tc lound, who tvat IttorAvt the fcull ofau Award lie|ng pub. lnhtd In a Ntwtpayer. TM» i»n|Bular *:ine, it not only -tl*gged forwaiii; »t a nioinrn't, when th...

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To Mr. ANTHONY, COTTERELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835

To Mr. Antbony, Corfbniiit':;. B\k,— It wr»«!ww« my fiili, .»nd i/«il (been, nl one i llnic Imy Intention, .ut.have Jesli^oi),4.elia)f of, Uie, of He. Cenre« 4.«obih»on,'»n'rWlibvlnf the. nIiIw from thia'iOoloiife in l(ie'«*nie«iii»(ji-er-i the pawl, hai'c, 1 believe, «. liberally idorie.' tH ttie tmnifrnv.' levtr.ot the Con'p»ni'--JountWonMt»i.»(r..R6Mu»o-i1l clrciimMiiiCM tnxf^mldc^fi^cnXp) mt/'rum ,j*aihBl ?»' I 'ao tflihed.and inl^ided. ,«nd itju-aiunt-entu a ft « d«ys tlntcMiat'it MesrAa & mt Alai ifam.wu: .anmlier penon wtib^liitA-l ' MtK Kr. KnUntiiii.' ilie mcHl ofllic *»ckI ? tmri, 'tlli«lftii'-1B«'*fllwk ii ' '»«? -Ee )niWic,nnojilK-,lo»hi-ni|-tbiil(l, Jwltt.ooi kriy lacri:1 .lice nftiruprlrlSM (retml M»e «uae alightdMUmainrutft iirttuilca -fur tfie l«dtroftlie uuderuliloE-;I Jucau t lie?, therefore, loenctcwe td-t»i'»ny '-Jrarf for rihi' cunc™iolavion»uluheiTlonnf«Ut«ltp«lmoiiln'wWcl you bortso pi«lK;norUiy«)^rt.. i .;- ,: v ,'. i ', ? .u J beeto reimUn. .? ??; ?'...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON, V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, AUG, 1, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835

«^H«^^HSa^BHM-^KaMHd^^aMM^Maia^^B^^ 3Gflj^*W^Li-G|j»lONICLE. LAUNOJSSTOWj ^, r. p. Land, Satvhpay, Aug. J, 1835. fn' returning the subject we offered ?% few remarJiSupon last week.we come to tlie new Quarter Sessions Act, and are de-i- rouB,if itboin ourpower.lo urge « fair and impartial tien- of iu To condemn it, be sawsc jj J0 Jbe iJruductioa cf ihe Attorney General, it at ungenerous, as it it to laud it for tbe Same reason. The acli of, public men'sliould be esteemed agreeable to tile merits of those octi— nut in tbe ratio of the public estimation of the men them ielve«. Bad private character! mny be ' the means of much public good, and on the other hand, good men may, by their taUuken notions, be the means of great public injury. We have sufficient reason to slate this, upon the authority of ihe issue of title public acts of public men of ibu present Jay, in Ibe Mother Country — bums it relates to the Quarter Session* Act, wo rcpoftt, that it ought to be viewed only upoii itSTOc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835

FREIGHT & PASSAGE. For Jjdiidon, ' ^Z?.^ THE brig LAV1NXA, ??????-? Jul CAim.Master,i»e»pi-iiiMliaii!ea.r ' :C* VUfflKSfL not- for London, by tile miildlE ' i?fffBBtff,-T August. She 'ill *''Ye f00'1 l^SSaeror a few Bale* of Wool, and will carry Passengers, should any offer. Ap *-y ' WIIXI AMs, CAMPBEU, & CO. otto HEWITT, GORE, &CO. July 11,1835. ? ? For Leilfi Direct, -ra, The fine f»»M»ilin«r Barque 1SJ2& LOCHIEIi) 4fu3S?3H 300 ions retistor, Captmu Tuo fsassSai '*» Mum**, will : sail from iik!S339 Lnunctstou for the above.port, (Ml her cargo being eiigiiRetl) on the first of August. This vesiel !i.B superior aeeointnoaa ii»n for passengers, an'* passage money mi derate. Apply 10 3n. f. Shane, Hobart Town, orlieie 10 ihc undcrs:g»ed, where ? plan ur the cal-in may l«- «c--». KEKR, ALEXANDER, * C% Launoeston Wharf, I81I1 April. 1835. For Sydney, ^SJL. THE brig HIND, Wyatt, ^fS-BL Master, hourly expected to ^JraSftSlL a rive from Hobart Town. i§§E§£Sl...

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FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. Commissariat Office, Hobart town, July 29, 1835, [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835

: prom ran BOB ART TOWN GAZETTE. Commissariat Office* ' . ' Uol.ai%Ui«vn,JalrWlB3S,* Ttnaers trill bi- rec»W«a J-y !-. A.C.O, Wool, nbeat VmntnMiu; '«n-K 12 o'clock1 on Monday, Hip IOUi ?A«B«*1 ?-*&-? for -lte um)i(y. of ttncl- q'iami-iv4 of Ili« undermentioned eriiclei, ai may tic required at IliatSiatinn.dnring Ilisj-ear cudiiiR3l«t Maroli;eS6.tll£ ?— !? O»|0|««I- y*ni-, Forler Brawly ; . . A. Mooni*, A. CO.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835

? Toie'SaW ty 1*tihtiv faction^' ' /pHR rulowiiiK Valuable -8 H-CK -Will1 ife r; '.'?riM i»t Oesty, on Wedne.dny, tSe iS'hdajrof August n--xi, «tia: o?ol-idc firjy jaiol«*«-Wi«^|f««»«-Mi-Muei-onecr,-|iletl3-- ihowsolircsfotKeTiiV^/^' 8Uo1' sUl1 bc 4upoi-4 of then,. ,, ? .,..[.„:; .'?.SfK'i :iT^lTivt£-rVifwpoy_THBf)EA«Ti.iiE»*RVE: ? ? , ?'?''\ ,;„ i . :.,, ;wi?ortcd,,U«Jr»e. ? ? 2; wXTfinCO.O...,.., .??.W.Mft. -4«-p.-.v. i , ? ,_V -~ ~- rfeUy Buffalo. 4 CANOPCS'-.t.^..:.' Heft^o-jrar .entire ,;:iv. ?.?.?«. '(..:?-? *:.?- r-' ? 36dtf lij- Buffalo , , -6 . QUiNARE ..;/...* Bsf.jMUJi J Fji|y ' 0 TOR .ABBE iS j,;; B.j i-iBu(Ri Joj': aiinj r- v '7 v/ 'i Mrs. l'opc, ri»ii-g ''? _ .JL..I ? r3fo?'?^-l-f.— ' vr7' M^STIBJIj! .?,?... |nipji*Wi,oxcoiIcn \ ' \'« ? ?) il' ;:? ,;yaJ«dWff|:'i-to»Kllf ?.''?to'' ?''?'?' . ?_ , wiih.roinsy ant . .;-:.:'?..(.. - 1n y^l'to Buffalo' /:,Si T^— .J.^. '-IVtf ttor^arliiigl'anj-,1 .. ,,?(? i\*. u-ii- ,ii«J^-'-- 'ty'dlito. ' r ] ;8 OOaOXHViUV.,.'* impta.W'. cga...

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Launceston Retail Price Current, [Compiled for the Cornwall Chronicle] AKD CORRSCTKD THIS DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835

laimctSton Ikutt $)ritt Curccut, (CmfiMfoTthe Cornwall Ckrimhli;,] AKPCOttRECTKD Tllll UA V. ?—«-—. ? .' ? CqIo»U\ Proton. Iitjmrtet Gw«f. ? i /. d. £ #. 4. kaviwrlnn 4 0 8 llrawn tlnuldo. 0 ll 4) Bcci icr tihd. 4 « « Unffccjier Jl-(l-ari 0 O SO ilread (41b loaf) II 0 10 Cl.c.ie per III 0 10 IVrtCUiUHT C*l. i . ? *? Ham* )-er do 0 14 ]|uturfru--i-lcr''' 5 ' -S'lljrer ton « ? e Dilln mil nrr tu I ( - Soar, per do 40 0 0 Ham«i-ur)l-. ' » S O l.olrV»nceiu£ar85 « 0 lUcttnuejlli 0 13 ,B. l.do.ncrllt.liieO 0 8 Bi-cfjirr'lb ' 0 0; , Ditto {,cr III -h«6l 0*0 Null..,, ,.er do 0 0 T Dlltn |u-r Ib (lo.f) 0 0 7 Pork per Hi e V « ttnra (duly paid) 0 J» « V«»l perdo 0 0 B Uilln In band 0 4 0 Clmculite per Ib O » « Hramly duly paid l- !» o tilrncK ner 111 0 0 8 Duo in lion* o S o Cundltb fmmiUh) 0 0 la Ctn dutv |-lid o 18 o llllto (i)!|»- SOS »i«-i In' kond 0 4 o J'.tS' ntnlnzeu 0 10 Ten per elicit ». 0 0 Iliun V'r bmhel 0 1 (1 ?-,no )-e. Ib V * - O .uncut (ier Ib 0 a 0 Tulwcco no.(linni-)n 0 10 H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835

,;? .; DraB 6im. iiuiton, . - . :.Wk» It Mr. afiyoeclt what a pretty ttohic ! 1 aeekculkt llalUn, be HUitJkwafcioc Itiaiu ?? , ^ ,1 am ture.l »alf JhlliB lo»e with »,tai, for J am, font -X *«lor wan. ' fray tto tell me, Mid uliller, . : I ??? ;?? ?'???? 'Cannouni, B AJCES B^AUCTJON. To ihSold'If^Ptibttc Auction, BIT MB. J. HOUOHTON, \M 12 o'liick, on Saturday Me- S'A Auvuit, i - al'-ioHg/brd; Noi/dX t-tiini; l~ }rriWE!.ViZ tnpsf vaiuaMe ALLOTMENTS * pf adlWlVQ GftpPND, b«i«g«i(o ated in the cedtio of that rapidly iniprovingJ Township. 1 lie' Atl(-irJietn8(aco \VcilinRtoo ' and Mar.borough'StreeU, opposite tic lade-' ?pendent Mill' -n one Street, And Mr. G. Bolltnu's in the oilier.',' ,: ,'' . ''I'-'.l!. , Comment »ould lie usBles»,ns tlie situation jit too well known. Such Bntipf'oriuiiity; ? ma^ never ogain occur,as a Bridge is al-ea^f oonlracled to be bo.lt 4»»er the Hiv«r, end ; j will be immcjinteij Comitttiice'it, ,«i|ic|i will (cause tbisUoutisbing lownBliip doubly to jiaprpve...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835

Covn fftavtct. We learn t\M rereul orders hare been recPiv rd in Town, by ?onic of our Coru Agents and Coriu'p'ifldeiiCi of Sydney tiont-Mo (micliate whral for impmlalion, and consfrjuenlly, our nuom'ions Iliis week are ralli'r higher for Ibol BftUf, we believe fioro llipbfsl (ai'd m w ge oeiol) inlurnmlion. tli.- avnaire fur ihe (good eim plcB to beab ii! 7s. Oil. perli'islid. Barlty a -t oaiiai 1as- quotaiinn; Vim fl 'iir4»« & leron^e !'« per lOOlbaat limSlorvsof Mr. Flexnan, and Mr, Arclier, (I Me Hrvrrider). . Reconl acronnii frum Sydney. «pcek «?» «»(a»orablc of (lie maize crop, the drought !-« coRiirmol «i laig. that little hopes are enter laintil of eien a ulodcraie hirvcir. Then it no variailou in -tic piice of titieat and (.(li«[ culaiiiai fnodnce lince cm last. Tfienur iicl rates, «i Wff kly furnished «? dy ihe clerk of the m«tkei. mar he rullfil on as cuitecl, el Ilioiigh our cnqiiriii ill 'own sonjeliniii i;irc, a- Ilia inerc!ian(» aay, a (haifc lower. On tbete g...

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A Right [?] in Peris. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835

3 jiiaijt StibtntuK in $,w'S. (rroniioifd/rcnn Ih, French ) - lie ! ha I Are yon still at your poll -- « Her* We 'a'r-, bath -T sta. Hav* ycu seen him .»' ' ? Yet, the tconhdral. . I have made a last ?ttempl to gtt fiem him Ihe trticln trettek, but will) tic niorasuccestihan before. Now, since violent niaa Biirea bare b'eonnie fftdltpeiiiabl*, Ul at carry our plan into r fleet. Rirkfliann, courage my lad! Tnclf c'clotk will atrile dinctlr, and (ben for our man. Follow him till be readies tome nbtenre end dark tlrarl, and then, trilh joor t'ngers uu your Irifeerr, wren from him his itl gotten property. ;N'« relenting, nott| enear (o have ao nil; on liiuil ? We swear !' ' 'Tit well. I slmll wateh your operations from ?the neigh'poiirhaod.' 1 Tlit threa itiniviilnall who thus conrersed tog-e. ther,1iod not Ihe appearance of ordinary ruUiaos. 'Vhe «ne who directed the enterprise, seemed to be one of these tlout- built, fretb-lftokin;, well clnd citizens that one oieela ao often on 'Chan...

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SYDNEY NEWS. SUPREME COURT. DR. LANG'S SPEECH, [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835

SYPHEY NEWS. SUPJIEME COURT. 1 OR. LANG'S SPEECH, (Continued from eur lot) ? Now, considering lliat Hie Sydney Gatfttc, li-u been tlie prime toarce of pollution, and (lie chief cruic at the dcgradallon of tlie iiich, In Kill colony, and con. Wdrrilie »l9u Hint lliiJ lilj arise' rinni tfiul (lopci '» being atpretelil anrttr tli« inan«eeiii«it ofciiiu'fru and eulanci|-atc4 convicu, M well .nsfrqiu'il* liuving been wlmoslall along under Ilie Influence of imm, wIkisc Iscllliininls null tiplniniia liail been Rtrnied, anil wlioie ^luraclrli linil !-«?» cmt. In llial nimild.lt apnearcil In me tlmt 1 sliould be tltacliargiiie * imblic and incisi imnonanl duly, by puliiling out tu tlie colony the true character of a cyitein at' bucIi «nnrmity, tlialao power, rul.wid influential «n engine us Hie pren mlglil, if -wjiWt, he iv, eslrJ Itvm tlie luiidl of liicoin|-cuiit \uA -unwortliy |ieraoiis. . And to satisfy Vnnr flannre lliu Mieli w tlie real 'oi(;in and object ol Hie article wliicli lias li...

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To EDWARD CURR, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835

To Edward Curr,     Sir,— I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 16th instant, enclosing to me a draft upon Messrs. Kerr & Co for Fifty Guineas, as your voluntary tribute on the part of the Van Dieman's Land Company, acknowledging at the same time, those services which I so anxiously endeavoured to perform, in the removal of the Aboriginal Natives from this Island.             Permit me, Sir, upon receiving from you so hand- some, and so unexpected a testimony of my services, not only to acknowledge to you my deep sense of feeling on the present occasion, but, also, the lasting remembrance I cherish of the kindness and support I always always experienced when my peregrinations led       me to your establishmen, suffering at various times under many privations, I ever found at your hands the most kind and gen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 1 August 1835

FHOM TBR II ODART TOWN GAZETTE. Votes «k- Proceedings o) 'the Ttghlative Council of Van Dumcn's Lau I. CouniM Clumber, July 7, IWS5. Movcil and secnntled, that the Bill ' to pro vide for the erection of Uuuudary Ftncca,' bj read a third time. Ayes a— Noib.4. -Question pnt, Hist the Bill do paBH Aye* 8 — Now. 4.— TVe CrfinW Laws Con B'llidationBiU was further coutideied in Commit. July SI. 1HS5.— Tlie CriminH Laws' Consolida tion Uiil was further contideicd in Couimiiiee. Adam Tvkxdvli.. Clerk of tbe Council. Mr. Chtrles Frixnd is appoimed. Chief Dittricl Coustable ol'Lauiiceston. LIST of Assignments granted by the Board. July .., 1835;— From Public Works. Launceston .^-H. Dowling .LBiiucesion, 2 ; S. Lord, LBuncestou, 2 ;   W. Brausgiove, Lanuceston, 2; P. Minnett, Liffey itivi.Ut, 2 ; Thomas Landale, Launceaton, 1 ; John llosjell, Launcef Ion, 2 ; Mrs Abbott, near Ifi'fi, t ; John Hickcrton, Lauuceston, I ; Van Uiehien's Land E«tablithment,-; U. Jen nings, Lauiiceston,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 8 August 1835

SALES BY AUCTION. 33PTENSlVE SALE of Merchandize. To be Sold by Public Auction BY MR. UNDERWOOD, At Ait Room*, roiter vf Charles and Camera Stmti, on Wednesday and Saturday nrxl 13IA and latn iltigMil, at ons o'clock pn ritely, nek dety, *THB following ,v Valuable selection c iH»rtfianbij«, sir.:— Finy galloD Copyera, wUh 6ltingl o| complete Steelyards to weigli front 200 to 300 lif Pipta, (small bowls) I Malt Shovels of sices I Blickimitli's Bellows and An-ilt I T Binges of sites I A few kegs ol prime Butter I English Soap, in 66 Ib. bu*«t I Do. SUrch.in Il2ib.do. ' I Jtvn Coffee ? I MoleiVin and Bevtrteen I Wheat Sieves I .VerroivHi „ - I . Flannel . I Sliciiand half Uose I Caii»o-- I Silk lUndkercliiefs I Fioshint: Trowters I - Ulue Jackets I Duck Frocks and Trow«ers ' I ' Tin and horn Linlhorn. I Hend Saws I Muskets nnd Bayonets I Pickl.s and Sauces I Tea aud breakfast Servioel I A vatiety of Earthenware I Toya assoited I Children's Hats . I Teairs-s , I , Ginger I And a vtrltot...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 8 August 1835

- Co th« Sttttor Gin,— A correspondent In your last tveck't haper.pro. fcueu to hnvc received w..i,derfnl benefit from tile u«5of certain rill*, which he took M i,,icr»»l. in Ini creased Humbert, wilh uartkl snecess, mid was reco* vcred wholly by BwalloVlne ilietmill I Ilo, prav.good Sir, ditcover from your corretpandeutt it pouible, the name of theitt tenovatiu^ pills— this panacea fur all ills. I was recommended some lime since, to me a certain aort, which I procured^ and have used, I am sorry lo say, *ntU thu time, without the slightest good effect. I commenced with one at a dote, and have iitcreainl the number In each dote, agreeable to the printed labeli on the bnxet-ana now, (although it is more than aix weeks ago that I commened taking them)! am very much Inconvenienced in swallowing the dote Idtl night itwaslirollgnllOJBe by tnyaervant iua pint pot, heaped, measure— Iun now garglinc my throal with Catlur Oil,' tn prepare ll for gulphlng down Ihlt evening dote, whleh will be,...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 8 August 1835

ENGLISH NEWS. {From tht Colmiel Time*.) By the arrival of the Mangle*, we Lave received papenof a late date, which, with those forwarded to us by the respectable merchants of this place, enable us to five our reader* the English Intelligence up to the 25th of April inclusive, By way of Sydney we have already been in receipt of the most contpicuoua event! which oc curred in the Mother Country up to tbe 2Tth of Much t from which time, : to (he Tib, of April, nothing of particular importance occurred. On the evening of the 7tb, Mr. Bernal brought up the Report of the Committee on the frisk Church Establishment, when Mr. Sinclair aiked Lord Jobn Russell whether it was his Intention that the resolution of the House on this aubject should be communicated to tbe Home of Lords—' Nothing,*' said he, 'that has yet been done by the House of Commons, having a tendency similar to tbe present reiolntion.' Mr. Sinclair felt persuaded, that it would be impossible for any Government, unless it were ...

Publication Title: Cornwall Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
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