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SPIRIT OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 August 1835

SPIRIT OFTKE TIMBB. ~ ? ? . ' .' The following portion of ibe Speech of Doctor Lufhipgton,aa Eecleifat' leal Judge, lohlf CuMlUueniiofthe Tower HunleKf, vpun bfi re-election, (for which we are indeb'cd to the Ttmmmian, who ettnc ? It from the Spectator) wejire to our Re*. den, ai affording a proof of the true «pirit «rindependepeethat it operating upon«ll clsitef -tf ttriiiib ?object*. How. much Jonger the Colonist of Great Britain «re lo continue Aerown,— for-the purpote of providing patronage to a corrupt Ootrern-; went — reiMltw , yet, -o be diuovered, but: me hioh we can iore*ee a tpecdy dit-.-iu-! tion of the ?** afyt/wi.' The iptrit that' I now ihowi i-Mif to generally *t liome, oil commI bt 4ubdutd. For ywtra (nit it hat elil «xiued in secret, —it ha» been confin»J,— I and now like the overwhelming torrent, bunt* down all oppocition t-- ths natural «. -channel to rt form. We rejoice in the protpecti the «t ale of Eagland promite to 6|i this Colony. NeHher Bri ont, nor the 'V ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 22 August 1835

ABSTRACT OF AUCTIONS. »o«r *D»epT»sn). wft. i. c uKuunwooD, ? ' - to ritUtm'iSlitoa, »e»l WcUuciduy.lu.obo ttlcki, #f« idvl. - ' ? irrtGtt 6rmtnit, nn Ttiuriday nrtt ardiltul./i ittlol ^j«frviuf ItniMiiiuemtoiitl — fceearivL. tlH. GKOnbS IIA»III,T(TS, .. , ; flu Iht Oiound, - neilfl-iiUy, to AHoliiieliU-lef Mtru . . ! . . . . ? ? *( (iti ft.M.mi, mi ?iVednrsiisy evening, Bookt »nd fictirn^KeUi'i.' ' tltt. KICHAItU WIIITR, . Oif lf» OrodnH, on ».l'Seru,« *llmii)tuu-ie«-dvl. ' MB. IIENIir IIARkll, ' ? it ttre'fiflTMMoii'l Afmi, Will lull , Liild^-!«»dvl. MR.J.'A. EDDIE, SrtaiJvtrilwmcnl! inutii tiie Chnntrlr. ' l . VAN 01EMBS'S IAND COMrAfi'V, ' At%in/0a»oirRain-,1iliiiiitSLH-(9V^iCe'»drt. 8IICHH-T. fli Ibe: Tf«nil-«» Alhjuncnu, jient .Txiula;— tee Oit'ttll! Mil- r.irm,1i-y. tic. on Ihc Mlli-iee alvt. Hit. I mas him,, t; ' OnTlmrtri»y rpKi, nn tile GiounJ, 'ifio liouieiin C«.jrceitit.l-^jcr o.Wt - . ? BALES BY A.UCTI0W. - ALLOTMENTS. 7b he Sold by Public Auction, &V MRi R. 'WH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 August 1835

FREIGHT&PASSACrE. For London, ^fAu. THE brig LAVXNXA, MQh C*ini,Masier,l. opecicd to clear dnaBSaout for London, by ibc end 2teHSn£k«f Augutt. She will have room fjEJ333for a few Bale' or Wool, and ?ill carry Pasiengtrs , should any offer. Ap ' l0 WILLIAMS. CAMPBELL, & CO. ' or to HEWITT, GORE, & CO. July 11, 1838. STAFrOSDSHIRE HOUSE. rpHE Undersigned, hit jail received by * lute arrivals, : A quantity of Poblican'a tumbler* Ditto dram glasies 3, 4. b and 6 hie cruel frames Ebony, wilb brass and braoie mount lagl' 3. A. DENHAM. Jii'y 4.1635. (t) ? _____ TO3ELET, A HOUSE AND COTTAGE, IN Wellington Street, at the entrance of the town, a two-story atone House, with eighflarge rooms and a garret, with ? large kitchen, washing house, ooach bouse, stables, &c. ftc. The above is well adapted fur ? private residence, ? boarding-school, or on inn, being on tbe nain road. Also, a Cottage on the side of the Wind mill Hill, next to Captain Boyd'i, with a Urge Ga...

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 August 1835

fclgft Wiattt at Haunct£iton. B. H. B. M. Rnnriajr...... fi SO \ WfAatfSty ... 7 41 Monili; ? 6 IS 1 Tlinitday ....6 SO Tucdny.... 7 O (Friday ....... 0 l!- Snluidnj ? 10 0

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 August 1835

JJIjaStS of lljt iKxion. Flisl qnnrfer— 31si Aog , IS mu.put 10 morning I j 6 SI J 5 M ] 5 10 j 6 JO j 10 J3 | 1 10 j °,'U;'.

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EXPECTED ARRIVAL OF A SHIP WITH FEMLS EMIGRANTS, AT LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 August 1835

EXPEOED ARRIVAL OF A SHIP WITH FEVllE EMIGRANTS, AT LAUN CESTDN. I In th) Gautte of last week, will b* found a] notification of the eipeeted ar rival oi a Vessel with 200 Female Emi grants, Ueallned for this Port direct. It it Unfed; that the Secr«t«ry of State has onniunced she would nil from Eng- j land orj the 9th July, and that the Urni- . grants fore of a daw superior in most res pects U those previously sent out by the Emigration Committee,' much attention having boen paAdto.enconrafe those only to embarlf, who' wer« of good character, and in other respects Wtely to prove use ful and advantageous io the Colony. VVo haA hardly began to rejoice over the cir cumstance, ere a damp we perceive was thrown upon it by/ the very objectionable mode adopted to distribute these Females on arrival. Applications an to be tent to the Colonial Secretary! and theConr mandant (a bachelor) at Launeeston, in order that their applications may be sub mitted to She Ladies' Committee in Bobart Town. ...

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Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 August 1835

Bust ©Etc The Jliil for England, per Ucttin, fs ecpected In clmr at 12 o'clock on Monday «e«l. The mail for Syrlrjay, per habella, will alote on Tntsilsy Belt, IslSr-plraobri. A Mail lo EnKlaod, per LatihU, U el peeled to c)o«e on Ibe I7ih .frptfnihrf.

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ANOTHER SHIPWRECK. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 August 1835

ANOTHER SHIPWRECX. It 1j nnr palnfol doty to record annther sacrlllre of tiniui'itv. t'l the nhtlinacy of our flulris in refuting lo lUtaWisli ontaiile l'ilnu Oiv Tuesday laM, at Io o.clock nfllie.lav, tu liuc weather, tlie W'artocp, a. new ?hip, irnin Liriin, with nu-rrhandiKt and pi»«nccra. w»s vrfckvA on the Acten A«ef« at the moutit of D'Entre caucaux Clianurl. Luckily, there were « ereat many wh ile uo.TK close to the tnr»t, by wliicli means the verutut «n hnard were lived ; she sailed fem l.citli on the Mill March, with nine cabin and -errn tteerage T-at-eneers. Tlie steamer has telumad with aooie. of (lie passengers.— 7rue O/lonltl. tt isabiurl and instilling to the Colo niits lo be told, after ihete rope&ied and ?hamefiit'Iouei, tliat the Authorities aent ? Sub-Committee on an exploratory voyage down ihe Hirer to eianine il. Tliu», Bftrr thirty ye«r« opportunity— the ex penditure of ll onsandi «nd tent of thou iand» of pounds to support a Marine— the lout of hundreds...

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FROM THE DISPATCH. "TO THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 August 1835

FfiOSl THE DISPATCH. 'to tbu Queen. ' MiBiX '—The veneration, the derotioo fell by Europeans, and lusunu esses, bj Asiatics «n4 Africans, towaios Qneens, are rapidly fading tbroughont Europe, whilit So England the; an CRlincl, Amongst lb« tnost prominent rratom h- lliereT«lslonor«ucli fetlnig* of respect tonardi Onocris In Englsnr). are the barbarous and ttbsnrn lawswlililitvrannlcallj alienate onr Hrineetfcnn a jJiDpaihr with the naiire, of our covBttr, n6 compel them 10 marry with foreigners, who Ii r-rlnciplas,habil«antl teellugs, hav» little in coffi moD with ibe English p«-ple. Another rani! ii the improved intelligence at the age, and the ei ample of a gieel nation, that liai practiciiij illut trated more lhaD th' iuuiilily of io;a|iy. U« t noi add, that the foreign Udles, whi,tn on Princes bare Introduced into England at (bm Querns of a moral and free people, have deo little to inspire raiprct, either for their person or for ibe public diameter of Qurens? Ibr «' of George I.S...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 August 1835

Cant fiHaAtt. The Grain market U «t ? atand . A demand for tha Srdnejr ae.ket it necrsnre to cease a rlie io this. Wheat is .from 7s. -M. to 8s. ; barley as. 6rl. m6i. ; nals from 3s. 6J. (o 4a. per bushel ; flour 18i. to 31a. per 100lba.,at (lit Store! of Mr. John Archer, (lala Mr.BeTtridge'a) and at Mr. Flraman's. Considerable quantities of wlieat have been brought tn town from the immediate interior and by vater from Lauijceiion dotine. the week, butttic sale is rather dull( partly from «n expectation that wtme appear io e ntertiin, that If the price does not rail, there is -l lexl hut aniill pnupect of a rise. Wheat per bnslict «-. Dd. tn Si. ; oats per ditto, V. lo Ss M. ; Bailey per «Kll'-,«-.64. to ft. «d.— Courier, Jug. 3D.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 August 1835

SAI.ES BY AUCTION. ALLOTMENTS. To be Sold by Public Auction, BY MR. 'WHITE, On tbb Ground, On Wednesday the 2nd. September next, FOUR ALLOTMENTS, situate fn thecentre of George street. No I— Hm a frontage o(4l feet 6 Inches id George ?treet, running back 1 IS feet on one side, and 102 feel 0 inches on the other* No. 2— Hal 50 feet frontage In George ?tree!, running back 102 feet on one side, and 84 feet 10 inches on ihe other. No. 3— Has 50 feet frontage in George street, running back 84 feet 10 inches on one side, and 67 feet 10 inches on the ether. ? No.4— Comprises the Allotment at the corner of Brisbane street end George '?treet, with the DWELLING HOUSE occupied by Mr. William Gilbert, and has a fron'age of 35 feet 6 inches in Brisbane street, and 94 feel in ' George street. Tbrms— 25 per cent: deposit— and Ihe remainder by approved Bills at 3 and C months, the last to bear Bank interest with security on the Properly if required' For further particulars, apply al the Office or M...

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ABSTRACT OF AUCTIONS NEW ADVERTISED. MR. J. C. UNDERWOOD, [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 August 1835

ABSTRACT OF AUCTIONS v KGW ADVFRTItkD. MB. J.'C. UNDERWOOD, II valuable AllolniroU iuSI. John Sqtimr, 16ib Srpl_ieri--lrt. Chew, wiun, *x. at hia Rooma., S4-Sept.-*ee %iivt. Valuable Allolmenla in Wetman street, 10lh Sept. —Mwlti fluller, TobncOjCfeeeir, «tiiii Uoomi.SU Sept _*ce advl. , MB. RICHARD WHItB, Allotments on Hie Grouud, io George Street, 2nd gepleiuler- aee adt I. MR. GKORGB H&MTI.TOK, Cattle at Mr. Robeil Branda, 4th Scpicraber-aee * Cattle at Mr. Pecl't, Palteraon'a Plains Srd'Sep. «Maber--aea advl. MR. HENRY HARRIS, llouaebotd Furnilur«( at Ilia Freemason's Armi, 6th September— aee adrt. Alloliuent, oo the Ground, 10th B'ptember-«M ?dtl. - WR.J.A. ED&ra, Thtigenlleroao doetnot send Advertisrnrnti o'f properly, entrusted to bis care for disposal, to Ihe ' Ckrouide.' MR. JAMES RILL, Valuable Alrotnenti, on the Ground, Srd Septem. ber-aea advl.

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON, V.D. LAND, SATURDAY, AUG. 29, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 August 1835

CORNWALL CHRONICLE. X.AUNCESTOW, V.D, Laud, Satuhday-, Aug. 29, 1835. 1 Liberty with danger ti to be f refered to darery wilb lecorlty. ?4LL1IT.* — a— Whilst the Cilonr at large n eomp'ainioR bitterlj against the nets of the piesttit Adtnin islratiun, and whilst iis members, oiiher re KSrrflets of the rretinteres's o- tiie commaniiy, or blindly conG-]e»t of carrying their tnea«urc« in opposition to the nublio ouimon. continue to to feed the iBami-, nothing short of concct -to» on the part of the one or the other, must speedily be the oomequence. The people roust either jkU obedience to tha present 'sjstoiu'.oi the abtttoti of ibe pretent ' cysiem' must consent to its destruction— in obedience to the (JcopJ', or de ermine so to miitify it, that their hett intereg;j be not trampled spin n its workmen. W« are not advocates lor the (lottruction of arty off ho pillars --( the Briliin Conititution. Sncb of them «s are deranged and useless .we would desire to seo repaired, and restored to ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 August 1835

I Last weeVf Gazttlt contain!*. Jh» [ amerded ' Act lo coosolldata ana amend I certain ofthe Laws relating ib Che Cuurti of General Quarter Sessions, and to the more effectual pun'uhment and 'control «f transported and otlier offender!.'' It' hj loo length* for a Newspaper, our reader* ? null, therefore-, be content trith the mere H outline of itf leti imporUat clauses — M others of more general moment, are given H entire. ; : M Tin anli clonitongbttnb. Immediately wltli&ratni ' IH from the Act. It !? obnoaiout In ibi titnitt, and' H will operate very unjustly upon that eUst or persons M wlio may U any time have been ' IrtUfCrtU tjftmi II crj.' Tue object of the Legislature It evidently' to divide the free population— mnd to make two u auraie interests I' the community. The iftrit oftkt ?vg t, liowever, will not permit such lr» be the effect— 4- justice could be hoodwinked. The nun having been -a |-rlMl«T and become free, Is equally entitled Jo the protection of Ilia law, 10...

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Launceston Retail Price Current, [Complied for the Cornwall Chronicle,] AND CORRECTED THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 August 1835

fLaunteSton &ctafi §}rfce tfuront, [Compiled /or (Ac GnutwU CnronWe,] ANDConilECTBD Tllll V4V. -S*Hslap /V«fn«. - Imptriti Omit. Aleperbho. 40 0 Ale per doc. t .1* 6 B.rk n--r Ion t » » Brown itaul do. ♦ I« S Jtcer per lihd. « 0 0 Coffee |icr Ib(bng) 0 0 10 S)rcaiiHll»-c«f- 9 » 10 Cheese per -b « I 4 Biscuit per cwt. 10 0 Ham. per do 0 1 0 Suiterfreili, perlbo 3 e Salt prr lou SSI 1)ltlo salt per do 0 3 0 Soap prr do ' 40 ? 0 Hamiuerlb. 0 £ 0 I.otFrniicewcar SJ 0 0 Bacon lierib Ola E. i.do.per\b.tn-Gt- 0 S Seefperlb 0 0 » Ditto per lb(l-ss- » » 0 Motion per do 0 0 7 Ditto per Ib. (loaf) 0 0 T Pork per 1b 0 0 8 Rum 'doty paid) 9 19 « Veal pcrtlo 0 0 6 Dillo in bund 0 4 « Choculaleperlb 0 » 0 Diandy duly paid o IB o Cheese per tb .008 Diuo In bond o 6 o Candle! (mould.) 0 0 10 Gin duly paid oil o Ditto (-Ui») 0 0 B Ditto in bond o 4 o Ebb* pertiuzen 0(0 Tea perclietl BOO Bran per buriiel 0 1 « Ditto |-cr Ib 0 10 Oauuenl pcrlb 0 0 6 Tobacco do. (bond)O 0 10 Hay per tun « 0 0 Uo...

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SHIP [?] NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 August 1835

SHIP NEWS.   August 25.— Arrived the schooner EDWARD, Captain Jacobs, from Circular Head. Passengers   E. Curr, Esq., M. L. Smith, Esq., Mr. Anderson, Mr. Ramsdale, George Thompson and wife, John Mitchell, Eliza Robertson. AUGUST 28.—Arrived the JOHN DUNNCOMBS, from the Cape of Good Hope, Captain Mr. Leane Passenger. Mr. Thompson. Cargo, Wines, Spirits and dried fruit. toojuai tow* isi* nn. The Csuslu Kbbb, 600 loni, wllh free frmsle migrant*, ibe Ann, Ctacniiia, Cocmdbs, .and FaKCii ChabloTtb, with mrrchaodiit, had toiled forLauncrilorj. The O«»«ebi, 400 lorn, hid sailed for Hobarl Town, and the Pbotictob was Io follow Ulbree Acu.26- Arrived the acbooner Geb from Laun eeiloo, wilt a. csrg-o of oaf ?nd barlaj. ArO.29-»*.rri»ed lbs VmiMa front Lsunceitos, With wheat and oui for Oof eromeot. Aco. M-Arrived tbi bark Adbuidi, Captain Firs), from Calcutta, with angar »«d other goods. Avo. SS-Tbt Msdmj for Sydney and Sis C. M'CAKTflT for Launceilon, (till aiil to...

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POSTSCRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 29 August 1835

POSTSCRIPT     The ship Norfolk, from England the 13th May, ar- rived this morning.— Tasmanian We have much pleasure to atate that the worst entmr Ihe Ci-l»Ki»e»rhad, Mr. Hay, It «t l«,eih removed. He retire* upon a penilnn, which the Whigs engirt 10 have been nthanied of fcettowing.— Iblt. Much excitement prevails In France. Repnbllciniira II on the adeaitce.- lUd. . We rejoice to stale, thai the price or Wool and Oil have ao advanced as to reallte all onr be«t eiperu lions. Menri. Kemp and Co. have letters from Menu, tackles, nf the Mill May. Wool advanced Sd. per 1b Ulack Oil, LV lot. tier tou—/tiiJ. tCr. Charlct Giant, the Secretary for the Colonin, Jaiibcen turroblM by the title of Baron Olentle,- The Wheat Market Is steady al the prices quoteoV («s id. to 6r M.)-Bncllth Barley thrre It about «t bushels from Lannceston, llored In Hobartl'own, which our brewen deem nnt tit for malt— they Bay barley Crown 011 thli tide of the Island i! worth from It. to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 September 1835

SALES BIT AUCTION* IMPORTANT SALE. On Saturday, the Vlth September, 1836. To be Sold by Public jitiction, BY MR. 6. HAMILTON, 12 Allotments of Land, J^JOST eligibly situated in %0ntnttrn TaU. patticulnr* in a future Ad vertisement. A. plan of the EsTATJt may. i-e aeen At fi£f. ftaintfttm'*1 Auction and Commission Mart, Cbailts-airey, Launceston. 8t-i'tcnjb1r&, 183&,

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 September 1835

BYDNSiY TiEWB. Wo are in po8»e»sloncf Syilnoy Jour nals to the 22tid August.' Jbo Iliad, Capi. VVyau and ihe-, Jiimrod, Capt. vVisernm, ttrrivctl aafe from this Port, n« did »-i8 Siren, t'apt. Duff, and (ho AW York Packet, C»pl. Orcgorv, from Hobart Town. I be fol owing are extracts 'rum lha Journals : - T/ie Market, -Tht prices of every thing looked no at the msiki'l to d.i . Butcher's neat has ritrn co . siderinf, the lest dsv or twn. be*f beinir nnn from 4{d, to Oi. per Ib ,' and wutlou &i). Tlie Mnlinxsl droughis are the reasons assigned— JUosiior, Aug. 181b. Hoy— In eonseqnence of the continued dtougiti »»«««! goodoslea readily retching f«m *'* lo £14 per ion. Wheat strew OT,. to 94i. per load. Beef continues adtsnring, 4d. and 5d. per It, by theeatraie.Cd. and 7d. per III, by the joint. Motion 4d. *ad 4(d. per Ib. by the ctrcaw, fa; the joiut about ihe snbie es b^f.~lt)miter, Aag'.tl. Lou of the Connir—Tb* London whaling shii Cor»or, Cupi.in Wn,b!««, I, totally ln,loB'...

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Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 September 1835

%oi\ ©ffirr. The Mails to England per TjnliMtni Latinh will remain open for a few davs. Notice of tbelr doWng Bill br (ly«o *t ilils Office. A, Wbicutk, Pott Matter,

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