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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

Th-- Mail from Hobmt Town, hart oitarrired wlien wp went lo i-rp-», (10 u'rlockj. We liave it not in our poirsr login tbe usual Corn Mor. lirtquoiatiiini.

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PORT DUES AND PILOTAGE IN NEW SOUTH WALKS AND VAR DIEMSN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

FORT DUBS AKI- FILOTAOU III Mw BOSTn WALCS AflD VA» DIBHSIl'S LASO. ' (Prom the Sydney Herald.) Report of a Committee on the Petition respecting fas Port Dua and Pilotage on vessels trading betaem blew South H'alet and Van Dienum't land. , The Committee appointed to enquire Into and report the cbaiges made for Port Dueskud Pilot, age in NewSoulh Wales and Van Uiemeu's Land respectively, on vessels trnding between the two Colonies ; and lo report upon such othsr mallei* as are alleged in tbe petition from certain tra ders, ship-owners, and other persons engaged in the Van Diemen's Land trade, bsva the honor to report to your Excellency and Honerable Council— That bating made due enquiry Into Ihe seve ral matters mterreii lu Uitnt, with rtspoct to lb« rednctlon of Harbour Dues and Pilotage on vessels tradiog between Ihe Colonies, and owned and registered in either, and placing all sucb ves sels on the aame footing as vessels employed in ihe coasting trade, your Committee are of opinio...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. THE PRESS AND ITS MANAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

ENGI.ISH EXTRACTS. THE PRESS AND ITS MANAGERS. In England, ibe press and its malingers have heeii, uuiil of late, must n'accounti.bly desre 1 ialed iu lha social scalp. Wielding e power iu iurinr to that of no intend in the state, and perhaps supeiior 10 nil, vulgar prejudice and Ilia jealousy of the hlglu r powers hare alike combined io(vrce llietndo.n encffcoefi tliein done. But the unpire or mind will in the long run, assert ilt tway. Public opinion begins todo justice, tardily, to an interest and to a class, of vital consequence to ihr great Interests of all, because cf all, the di rect voiccand undeniable repicsi-ntatives. Juiiice is slow, but sure, and in the following statement of ibe preferment of men. whose onlv claims are, those ot'haviiig served file public, cmse, or Ihe interests of their party well, faithfully, aud ably, there ar« jnst grounds for exnectali. n that Ilia services ol a body of men, for talent unsurpassed in the emjiire, for experience and industry rarely ...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

Co Ifa 3£Uitor. Sia— Then are tnnre parlnen in lha Wr.»1ni_Com panv (hull ilali'd In ynur paper ; and at (inly 'a 'part Uve heen menliontri in tlilB tliduilrinut aud profitable nur»tiki,U »n«)rJb*-«« well lociveeM tlie vMirttw iliat ineril lo wlilell they ercjmtly entitled, fur rmtclilnc the Colony BUd llicninelvet fir.i.l the Ireaiurlei or the '* varty neepj' there are three ihitren. i*!' which Mr»n- Heed and Siiicl.lr In it onc-O.oiiolly and Griulths atiother—and UiJity and Co. tha remaining* share. Yourt.ie., A WHilta. Ltancetton,«e»t.le, ISJ3.

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ENGLISH NEWS. THE "REFORMED" HOUSE OF COMMONS [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

ENGLISH NEWB. THE'REFORMED' IIOUsEOF COMMONS (raoK tub Tlsias.) The HouieofCommont last night adjourned till Ihe Kth ofMaj. Iiilhe House of Lords, it is nndeislood tbat no public bnsineis ia to benani acted until the tame day. Thus, then, we have ibe whole dullness of the stale obstructed and sue pended— and why f For no othet assignable rea - ton than Dial m party may lake vengence upon lha King for abruptly dismissing them from office*. which the. voli t of the country hid already de clared them incompetent to fill— unless, indeed, we may add this other reason— namely, thai over and above the gratification of nttverj crediiabl* reiralmenl,an eaasneratrd faclian-haa thought 1* necessary lo maik Ilieir passion and their power, by limiting into ibe administration «f Ibe most Important trusls,the rooaiimflklcnt and incapsb'a of public tnen. For a tin*— it roun be ver y sbont — puppeitmay ? be pulled t» give themselves any, eveifthe most snbeeomiag airs, wilb tha ousni nout applause of...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

. jp:o-ti)c iEnitor. Sja,— I admired the panegyric la yoar iastanss. ber respecting the Wine which bad bean aelwd b, a prisoner Constable, and ordered la be restored by the Governor ; Ihe queilion il involves might eerlsinly puttie tit* OsnlUmen of the Long Rots; but bad I been tha Magistrals viho cond.wned the Wioe. itshonld not have punlad me 1 1 would hava given up Ihe Wine to the owner oo lha anlharily iiriheOov«m-r**f-rder, and tbe man in chains, » in lha usual way, for hit inpudrncs in oppoiinglae will aai pleasure of the Clittf Rultr, v*o, 1 w.uM aav* Mcoomceodeit not lo a|ipo(nt any more eoa victsasRereDiieOffieers, and advise him to join his voice lo lhat or ihe people for a Housa of Be: presenislives, la order that he mi(ht hava Pen abla to male Ud more anitable to the Colony, and Issa likely to 'become waller of ridicule than thura manufaclured by bis present wiss Couneil, lam, Sir, yoor's, ? ? Cm Ma. Ennoa, Seven years ago the people said lha*3ovar»ar was going to bring ...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON, V.D. LAND, SATURDAY, SEPT. 12, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

CORNWALL CHRONICLE. IAUWCESTOW, V.D. LiND.SiruHDir, Seer. 12, 183*. ' Liberty with danger 4a to be prefered to tlaycry with iecurity. StLt-an. ' 'It«oniaappparlli»l Perjury la aprWiUg^ed crlmr in VaDDicmen'a Land, since ibe prsnttution of Lanph and Bolter (the two mm tent by the Judge to gaol on a charge of perjury, feat «uom oar Reader* wriiinow oere almost Immediately released) anotner caie nas ocenrreo, wuere i»o frlous swore a 6« pound note from lbs pocket of a free settler.'— Colonial Timrti About too weeks ago we noticed in tbe Cairtle, 'lie removal ofa man named Ijtmyh, aconvici, lolhe'aituailon ofa Consioble from Hob ul Turin to the Interior, and we exprcied a hope that fi *at Dot the man who ?»« comtnHtpd to gaol by Judge Mon'agu a few dayi prenSooslj, for grui. and. corrupt perjury. Upon enquiry we disco»er it to ba the same tnui 1 V\ 1 1- — -Reader, lake breath ? ? ? ? * We repret being obliged to record the fact, but II Ii our duly, and, we are not dlipoied to thrlnk fro...

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PUBLIC MEETING. Held at the Ship Inn, on Tuesday, September 1, 1825 [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

(From tht Colonial Timn.) PUBLIC MEETINO, tleliaHheSMpl»»,-mTue*day, Scplemberl, 1615 At about hatf-past 12 o'clock tlie lung room at the Ship Inn, (being ilie place appointed for the Meeting o this diiy) began to fill with the moll respectable inhabitants1 of Hobart Town ; as, also, many gentlemen from the country ; before the proceedings commenced, every avenue l«admg thereto waa crowded to eicess. ? nir. Kemp propoaeo, ana major ui-u lass seconded, lhal G. Gatehouse, Esq. be requested lo, taVe the chair, which wm carried unanimously with lout] acctama lions of satisfaction. The following resolutions wen pro posed, and carried unanimously ?— Resotved-Thatit Is contrary lo lha principles of the British Constitution, and subversive of Ihe liberty of Ibe tiifijrci, to render Engliihmin— In person and properly, amenable to any law, incon sistent with the enociUKntsof the Imperial Par liancnl. K«»oWed— That ihe LtglslatW* Council of Ihtt Colon y.compoed cf tha Officer* of the Eiecnttve...

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Corn market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

' Corn fiSUrfett. KA«t(tra«(-n(nthe|-rt'''-'fc.ralii iMt wrrltl Wliral t« ert.ioBl. ; flai'lry t-. Od. liifii. ; nau 4'. tn 41. Sd jlt flic «l»rrt of Mr.J..lm A-clici, (late Brveri'lceV) urn! lit Mr. Flexoiaii'b, fine iluutll, , tecouil* Hi. pei lOOIbi.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

DIED-On the 10th of April last, at Coll   House, in the Island of Mult, Alexander M'LEAN, Esq., Laird of Coll, in the 84th   year of his age—the venerable Parent of     the Lady of Major M'Leod. The respect   in which the deceased was held by his nu- merous tennants and friends, was truly indicated upon the melancholy occasion of his Funeral. The steam boat that conveyed   the respected remains from the scene of       death to the vault in the family Chapel of Coll, was crowded with anxious mutitudes,       eager to evince by their attendance the last sad offic s that can be paid to decayed mortality. Every countenance bore the     impression of deep,— unfeigned sorrow, which, although tending the more firmly to     imprejs on the minds of the surviving rela- lives— the extent o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

FREIGHT & PASSAGE, FOB LONDON, ^a*» THE new British built flhlp ^||l WESTMORELAND JgHMick 404 torn register, it now tak fpBPjJsft Ing in Oil at Portland Bay, and will call «t Launceston to (ill up. Tbit vessel carries an experienced Surgeon, »nd hat splendid accommodation Tor Pas ?engers. For passage apply to HENRY REED, AoEitr. For freight to the Chartsrbrs, MESSRS. HEWITT, GORE & CO. BESTY & CO., or HKNllY HEED. Sep. 5, 1635. POK SYDNEY, Rabins $( griattrt part ot %n Gsxjjo iEngajirt. _3Su THE fine fasl-sailing Schooner ~M\ SUBUN PACKET, -8aM@9. M'Nibcb Com., 120 tons, for f§||||g Freight or Passage apply ID Captain M'NIECE, on board, or to JAMES FlEXMAN, Agent, Cameron Street. TOR SYDNEY DIRECT, With entry pottible dispatch, -ST*- THE fine fa»t-»»iling Brig ~M% MARTHA, f&smj!llL H. W. 6ANDERSON, CODI j§j§g||f§ mander. For freight or Patssge, apply to the Commander on Board. Lounoestoii, Sept. 12, 18S5. FOB NEW ZEALAND, ?yft . THE fine coppered scho...

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SYDNEY EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

6Vi-PrjSV EXTRACTS. Stran/seCircumilunce.— As IkoU ilt w«r« ramhilnr aht.nl the besch of D.indi, on M»ndaf lasl, (he; pickeil up a Loltlr.in which tlieiobs»rfedtonirlliinfr ike a Inier; ilirir eorloiii/ l-«lof fc'tttA, «h»i immeiiiolelf broke offlht neck «f Hit bollle, and lo their aslonishment, fouhd a piece «f aoiled unper, on , which wai written in pencil, Ihe following paniou Ian. Vie copv verbatim :-' Williams, ofester, Ann, buund from New York lo Timor, wai aha'. dnned by her crew in Touei' strait, lult 18th IH3V' On ihe hick of the paper, Ihere wns alsoi— ' Oecarue a lolal wreck-'1 If the data he true, Ihe boiile mmt hafe travelled ai tlie rate uf'lwo miles ?a hour, in a direct courar-, cipee it wat ennsifraed lolhe ocean, which appears almost improboble. 'he tnenarandam, howeter, is at Ihe office of the Herald, for Ihe iniuecliou of anj «si'inleresud, Sgdnef Herald, Aug. SO. The ffiirinoiij.— There tin hiten a rnrtionr in fown for (lie last two days that Shu xhirs llormnr.y ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

A child tonrferrtie rod Is always toll, but never convinced, that it ia all far Ms good , The Church under the shadow of Reform, receives the aame sort of aisurance ; but like (lie child, !t will not be persuaded, and kinks nnd fours lustily. Trie-re arc already signsoftbensuiK wiathof the C«rgy; and, ai tome one has observed, tho-Z) makes a CliU'chin anger, a ' Church in danger?' At a Tory dinner at Barn.lB.ple, the Rer. Archdeacon Babnbt poured toilh the trou men or tin inion, ?' Certainly fs»ld lie) al no period within the memory 'nf those around u-, have the clercy of (lie^Otwicli at Knclaiid been msre tttalous, or dart more actively mil.liedthemselires to Uieir sacred dulln, Uiui at Hie lirrieiiL [applause/] Bat, gentlemen, we are fallen an times wheaTou!* exertions and ™n are imperiously culled for. Never m the Established Okurc hrought to to awful a crlili as»l liili imimeni. The next lew inoutlis Cannot pan without Mine change! bring effected, and, in fact, the point determi...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

snip ^k kews. 8»K S— Ariircd *«e schooner Dublin Pacir. M'NIwc m«si-r,fromSyduey.wiih mereti,ndl« «'ssieng-ia-Me»«rs. S. Brag, and H. M'Donal.' I n-P 4— Arrived the brig Mary, Jacks mallei from Sydney, with merchandise. Patsengers trleeirs. Wood, Yost, 8ril, Hiller«, H. Malonv, ftllvadore »t-uimi, W. Birwll, and Jtobb. Sir 5— Arrived the brig Wonka, StnndMion.' Waster, from Sydney, «itt- tnercheuidUe. Pa- . eennrt— M™. Mear«,a(idiamiiy,Mri. Auu Mni Isv,Mr. Wst«on, Mr.Brabam. if Sir. 8— Arrived ilie schooner Enltrpriu, Hob ' tar nit uer, from Western Pott. ,/ Sep. g —Arrived tlirbrlg CiaudW, from Ion ion i Sen M«jr, with Merchandise. Sir. DrAnived lilts brig Sir CJbarlrs JtfCar Iky, (torn H»bert Town, wilb merchandize. tir*T.e-f alfed the brig fiafrtUa tor Sydney Pattengurs, Mri. Scott, three children, and ltd. ward Williams. 8«ft. 10— Sailed tbe icliooner Elitabelh toi Portland Hay. SEPT. 10 - Sailed the barque Lochiel for Lon- don. Passengers, Mr Colin Campbell, Mr. W. Rankine, Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 12 September 1835

ISALES BYAUCTIOW. I - VAIUABLn I AliOTMENTS, pituate in Elisabeth and Wellman Street, V'o be Sold by Public Auction. I MR. UNDERWOOD, REGS to inform the Public, that Jib W~ will sell by Public Auction, on the ?'rem'ues, on Wednesday, the I6ih Sep ?em'ier, immerJiaiely after I lie -a|e of A| vtmenu in St. Jolm-iqu&ra and 81. ioho ?reel, I C^rn hits tltiltnllt |AI.I.OTMX:.NT1S, vu: ? 9.0t 1. — One Corner Allotment of ?round, with Frontage* or 75 feet in ?lizateth-itreet, end 85 feet to Wallraan ?reel. iKot 2— One Allotment of Ground, ?Uh a frontage of 75 feet to fticabeth. ?reel, ^nd aide line 85 feet. ? Hot 3.— One Allotment of Ground, ?nha Frontage of. SO feet to Wellm»n- ?reel, snd side line 129 feet. ? CtrauS.— Twenty per cent, depoiit, ?d tlie remainder by «pprored Bills at Bnd6«ontln. ?ihe Purctaaier (0 pmy kip own Con ?ranee. ELRVEK VALUABLE i BVIIaDIlVG ALLOTMENTS, SilUBte in St. John Street, &t. Jolin Square, Canning Strett, and George Street, To be Sold by Pu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 September 1835

*iwm tHit BOhjlRT TOWN OAXETfE. COVERNMBNT NOTICE, Colonial Secretary't Office. Sept. 9, 1835, NEW ZEALIND. TIIE Lientenant Oovernoi directs it lo be no tified for general information, that a despatch hat recently been received from The Right Ho norable tlie Secretary of State for the Colonies, conveying the King's approval of an arrangement made by the Government of New south Wales of acceding to the trleheB of (lie Chiefs of New Zea land to adopt a National Flag in their coliectivo rapacity, and -l»o«f the Reglnlera of vessels built in that Country, granted by the Chiefs, and certi fied by the British Resilient being considered ni valid instruments, and respected as such in the intercourse which those vessels may li.-ld with the liritlbb possessions. The following is a description or the Flag which has been adopted, ' A Bed St. George's Cross on o while ground. In the first quarter a lied St. George's Croas on a blue ground, pierced with four white stars. 9} lill EkCeUeacy's comma...

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Phased of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 September 1835

9t)-\itS of tf)t ftbott. Nr» Moon— 23rd »epl, 16 mn.pait Omirninif liilliiliaiiiilMlij^lM to j a a j J « I 4 *- I r 10 I ii u I a o | ?,.{,''?

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COUNTY KERRY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 September 1835

COFONTY KUIlltY ELECTION. ma threats and iutimidittiont which liav« hecn used, far rxcecd the powers of -!? i-criplion : however, the annexed cojiy of a notice, which was potted iifi'n 'lie chapri of Lfstowel, in-enilerf for Lord Ennismore's tenants, will thow the slate of this unfortunate country :— THS 1-ATltioT'a cunse, 'Electors of Kerry.— Onr county ^estion f rcland, cupecls that every man, liiis day. will do his (Inty-nml, »alv!lic all prologue, I Jcclare at once lhal whatever creature clothed in human naiurp— whatsoever hsic wretch, political 'refie gatie, or hireling ruffian (oh ! the weakliest of language to describe Mm), shsll be round sn Wl#, treacherous, and corrupt, aa to vole for the Knlghl of Kerry, or ony such sham reformer (a mail wliociiruniicribed the spirit of patriotism within the wizard circle of the f'roteslnnt interest—who wa» brought over to side with tlie minister by Burgundy, kind worria,orrloselling,nr |,r bribery, inlrlgui-.-and a pension \UUtp*m'ib1r,ad...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 September 1835

SWOUSB W£WS. Tha lait week hat afforded two more ttgnal triumpbi to the popular came, lo'd Morphrl hat .nrceeded In hli rleotinn for th* West Riding ofYorkiliire, beating liit Toy antagonitt by an immftisetn»jorItyofteoT tout. If we contidar tbe » ait population ofihii diitricl, ill mlitd cha rartrr of agrleulliirliti and manufaclgrtnofefery giade, in large comtitpenry of nearly 10.000 totei, and, If we farther comider tba Tory ctndi. -4ate a rain of f 1 eat wealth and arlitoeratlc influ. - ence, obliged to leek inpport by profeuing reform piimlplea, we moil aekntwledga that the victory it a moil lignat proof of tbe IncreaiiDg ?trength of tht public antipathy agalut Toiylara. tl ii almoit mote gratifying to reflect upon the eaiy and decided tacoriiof Iba Lord Adrocatc in the election for Laitb ; for there, the atrocloui artifice w«« resorted to of appealing to tbe bigotry and fawllcltn ef a lupemltioni popttlatlorj, but we are happy to aay, wlthont any effect. There remalni Irat doe...

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 September 1835

ftyojh TOattr at laimctiton. n. a. n. m. Sunday ? 10 15 I Wednesday ... I 0 Mondaj ? II «0 I Tliiir»d»y ....1 45 Tueidiy.... Vi IS | Friday ? 2 to Saturday ......... S is

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