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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 September 1835

A Correspondent requests ui to ex pose (what he Is pleased to term) Ac ?? Babble Speculation,'' and furnishrs us with a ?ttteraent that— if true— is not vastly ♦ncouraging to it* success. Judg ing from the facts it aets forth, we see little ocoasion for any ene beingiiniraical to it, to giv« himself any trouble to op pose it. It is— in *-ur opinion— one of . those Liverpool WMUahaw impositions, that cannot long Injure the public— it will work its own -cure. The victims to it will destroy it. Iftnen-canbe found in this community so foolish as 10 give up good livelihoods, and the -comforts of, civilized society, for starvation and every wretchedness in llio -wilds, of New Hol land, associated with cannibals— we pro nounce them Godsend with oil our -soul. Let men leave this fruitful and pros perous division of the Island of Van Die- t men's Land, in which industry and stead i no»s cannot fail of being rewarded, and Seek for ?' happier limes' upon (he banks : ?of the tai&'lo-be ...

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FROM THE WORK OF THE ABBB DE LAMENAUS. CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 September 1835

FROM TO* WORK OF TUG ABBE IDE LAMKNAUS. Chaptxr iviii. Yon have only one father, who it God,*na out SMiler, who Is Cbiltt. When, therefore, they s hall »sy unto yon of those wlio ttoiirss Brent power apon earth; Hetroid yonr masters,— btlitfe ii not. If they arc jnst. they areyonr tyrants. Ml ere born equal: no me M taming itttt Iks tcvrli brings icith him the right tf Commanding. I hate teen a child crying and puling In its cradle, and round about it wire old men, who said unto it, Lord, and who, kneeling, worshipped It. and 1 have comprehended all the mockery of man. II it tin tckuh hath mait princes, btcmnt in tiesd efheing vnimlsitttng each ether as brothtn, mtnhatt bfuntt injure taeh other. Men amongst themselves they chrnt one er more, whom (bey believed -nor* jnst, la order le protect the good against tba wlckad, and that (hi feeble might live Upeaea. And the power wblch tbsy astrsltrd *ss a legitimate power, foi it was lbs powet of the ptople wbo elected them. Therefore, ave...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 September 1835

Corn $Uratt. A«'O-iini from ByAnev, of'ibr failnrt ef thr jrrar't r i|ii— have li.d tlie rflccl of rather fixinc lUin railing Iliu juice for Grain in our atrket. WlivM niy b» quoted « little higher than liti werk— tiein|[ tio'ii Bi. to Si. -6il- |-er bunhel ; B»tU- «- ami --M- 4- 6J Flnnr if raiteit *t tbt aturra of'Mr. |-'|»man tnd Mr. Archer (late Ueti rid(f»'«J two ?Iiillio|a in die lOOIbi-fine 21-.- ttcaai* SOi. Wheat hut IJi«r'enrd» partial Ti»e during Ihr vrck.in comrqurnca (uolijiblj at tha diilrmlnt ntwi from Srdnpy. It it now quoted at from 8i fl. to 10). pprlnnlif)— older «r»c(ca of prodnce a* b fore.— Courier, Stjit. 18.

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Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 September 1835

Qoil ©ffice. A Mail la Ene!«n-I per Lang, will ibi* *t tlih Ofli ?* un Tliuratlay uen, Sdiii instant, at 19 o'rlo^k nrfcUely. 'llii! H«n l» S}do»r, per Dublin fiacW, i» ?». peeled iocIoibod Thunday ap»t, ai ItoVlock. A. WaioiiTK, Poiiniailcr. aiaaaaaiaaaKt^asaa^a^a^^i^a-^___^^

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

GOVERNMENT ORDER. _ Colonial SttretaryU Office, ftp. *, 18*5. \VrHEREAA,' under the Act of this Island, v r intituled, ' An Act to consolidate and amend certain of the Laws relating to tlieCourls of General Quarter SetEtous,and to lbem«re«lfectual punishment and control of Transported and other Offenders,' it it enacted, thai U shall be latrfulfor the Lieutenant Governor from tune to time to ap point ANY Juttice of the Peace to be Chairmun, and ANY Justice of the Peace to be Deputy Chair nanof and/or any oftheCourtt of General Quarter SiBiimt, to be holden within this Island, and also to appoint jwv Juitice to be Chairman of or for any ?two or more of tuck Courts, at totae (aid lAeutenant Governor shM teem tipedimt ;— His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor directs it to be notified', that by virtue of the powers ao in him vested, he bsB by Commissions bearing date the second day of September inttant, nominated and appointed Joseph Hone, Esq. to be Chairman of the several Courts of Q...

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

SAX.ES BY AUCTION* To be Sold by Public Auction, BT MR. JAMBS HIU.. AlkUSEW SALE ROOMS, in Brit bane Strut, en Friday, the 26/A intt., at out o'clock precitti)/, and en Saturday Evening, tht 26/A imram, of tix o'clock, A LAR--E and eitensive anaortment of A XBOWMOHrOERY, flee, bo: filing «f t Spades and Shovels Falling and broad Ates Adaes and drawing ctnivra Trying, jack, and Smoolhlug Planes B m Lockt, 6 and 7 inches Stotk Locki, various tiara 11 itenuia tnetat Tea Pott Salt, pepper, and mustard Pols Block iintfafttti Tea Keitlei Oval «sd rosnd Poli . Cr.ooepani ' Ftying Pans Grid Irnni T. a T'ajs, and Waiters firead Sntken Impeiial Memnrest } pint, clot, end quart Britannia cartel Inkstands tVfcetaad Pe-knirrl But(.lier« Knivei and Cbopptra Parlour Gratea Fendtra and Fire Itoiis Fowling Pi.-ces, double barrelled Duelling Pisioh, with cate, Ac. Superior canuiiter Gunpowder 8hlngle, lath, batten, |-aliog,and rafter Nail* Windtfw t3la«s, Itttto, 14U«, 14(12 Muslaid. Coffee, Soap Man...

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MONTHLY CATTLE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 September 1835

MONTHLY CATTLE 8\LE. Mr. Richard Whhe'i Monthly Sale for Pat and «-hrr Catik yeM»,d.y, ,e- »„, tinmrronilv a tended. Tt,e ?.how wt^ri ««y of rlie formet ??leu, aod tlie )-ri*e! realited wrre »ptv «ie -itnsing. A few pPn« of aheep met wLb a rrady .ale at en average o» Mi. Od. pBrliPart_ tut enlllo tvrr^ a £n w\tl „„ j , fcl, |)llir 0, «orkni( bul.ocko leiilied£-iti |ifr|ia!r. Setcial ?.rolleiit horwi, anlimitlrtl to Ilia liammer, »eol off «i liigli Afurea, from Si guineai to 40 suincai «ach. Ti-nderi will be received at the CoramlnarUt Om-paal Hubarl Town and IViuneeiton, nn.j| IS oelnrk oi) WediieidoT tlie 30M, for about 800,000 tb,. ofF«aKe Cum, rta*oi.. Bar'', lOO'ii lllie l'ic-: l0 ** *Uted *' ' niOcl1 pw fVgcbnulim of hit EtutUncy Central Sir R. »«rfa:-tthereM it Uai bran repmrsted Iti me that div«r. of Hit Maje.ty'. tubjeett lmTt ,,ke|, fOi-fiilon of vacam lacdiof ll«Cro«u, witklg the limit! of the Colony, under the pretrnr« of . lr«ty, bargain or contract, for the purchaie the...

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Court of Requests. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 September 1835

Conrt et fitqutSW. Teiiili Siitln; for 1615. Cmintry rain— iliit day. Town raid— WtdiiMdjy, sard Sept. ? C^«rMir|,|.S.l,1,J-y-3rJ A,y of „,.„,!, f

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

StttP £&£ NBtHL 8»rT. 10— Arrived the irbooner Jess, Captain Iby, (torn Hubttl Town, but not rtttorted, ?on it tdw» »ir *»w». Sipt. I7-Arri.ed the Caroliw, with sugar from Manrliim. Kjsrr. lit— Arrived tbtJbraw, Iran lydoer.iu ?allaai, the Srd io.Unt. Surf. t3-Ar?i»ed ib« brig Frqiwh, IIS toiio, Cpi.in Kirklai, triibe general cargo from Lon. don STil. March. The Ssrr«, Captain Kemp, with a cargo from (lilt plus wai at Baliia all well when tha French left that port. Sipt, 10— AHfmJ tlie MoMiof, with 44 eat th,310tt»ep, from Two-fold-bay ; aho tbt Briu mart, with eicaiile and l7Sabeeu. Sift l.-Af rtfed lie United State* (hip Carto, 316 loni, Capiaiu Elwell, from BJitou wiih a geueral eargo. 6KFi. U-Arrived the -Mef-u-(e from Sydney.

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

rREIOHT «S PASSAGE, PORXONDON, _^* THE new British built ship Vim WESTMORELAND JtoMBJTji 404 tool register, ii now lak @3p39'it-? in Oil at Portland B«y, ?ndwill call atLaunceslonto Gil up. Thtt «e»ei curries an experienced Surgeon, Mid baa splendid accommodation fur Paa aengen. For passage apply to HENRY REED, Aoknt. For freight to lire CnapreftBit*, MBSSRS. HEWITT, GORE & CO. HENTY & CO., or MENHY BEED. 8c|-. S, 1835. TOR PASSENGERS ONLY -£&& THE 6ne fast-sailing brig jM 'SIR CHAS. KrCARTBTf -&mwL A I, John Walmb, R. N. fjrfSinP Commander, will be dispatched foT the Cape of Good Hope, about the 16th October next; having excellent ac commodation for pasiengari, this will ben good opportunity for persons visiting that Colony on their way to England. Apply to MESSRS. HEWITT, GORE ft CO. fit. John-street, Sept. 19, 1635. TOR MYDHET, Rating tt)t gnabrt part of \-n Cargo Cngagr*. ?*%,_ THE fine fMt-saillng Schooner £$k DUBLtN PACKET, SSSSSfL M'Nie...

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Compiled for the Cornwall Chronicle,] AND CORRECTED THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 September 1835

HaunttSton Sttaft SPrfct -DuroBt, [Compiled for the OnwM ChronitU,} AflDCORnaCTtD Tllll HAY. (WmUI Pniittt. Imfttei C*dt. «l«perM-a. « o o Ale per (lot. ? ue »«rip'fV-n (OS Brown alnat do. ? IK e Ucerper litid. « « 0 (JnlTetper jblbag) S a 10 H/-rt-i-«li-l°-0 0 0 10 Cliee.e per Ib a I « Buruii ucr cwl. 1 Q 0 Ham* ner do aid Kuitcr(reili,|)trif-« * 0 Killprrlon 0 ? ? Ditto salt lier no 0 1 A Soaii'Dcrdo 40 a a Huiitverlb. 0 e 0 I. ol France -near IS 4 ? fincim W'D 8 13 Jv.J.-l(i.f'erlli.llag« « 0 *rtf|-erlb OOt DiUn|-'»-(l-ag) « .» « Mutt'inperdo COa Biito per Ib (loaf) 0 « « Pork per 1b 0 0 « Rum (duly Jiaui) C 13 o Vc«( uerdo 0 0 « Unto tn-bimil 0 4 0 Chocolate per Ib « a % Hrandy duty paid 111 O Clneie per Ib a a a Ditto in bund O » o CMiitn-lntoaMi) 0 Its Cln duty paid ill u IKtto (dii») ? a s Uitto In liond o 4 e Es«» uerioieii 0 t 0 Tea. ticrcUnl 0 0 0 Bran uVr bu.liel 0 I 0 Ditto per Ib 0 » 0 Oalineai per 1b 0 0 e Tuluceo do.(bnnil)0 a 10 H«y |ki un 4 0 0 Uo. do. dot)- paid 0 ...

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SCOTSMAN IN AMERICA: [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 September 1835

SCOTSMAN IN AMERICA: KVt ropy the following admirable teller from a Hi»Ym« paper. If we ara not giratiy mistaken, the humour which it displays in tome ptria, would Inn Hone no discredit to the pen of^mollelt. **' Maistbr Phei!t«j,— Tou maun km that 1 am Mir «f tnt cbielitt fr.i i W land o'Cnku, er in plnin lailanVli, a Scotsman. I tins ne*er ^rel an' frae my (nithcr'a apron «triii(r lill lumilirev diyi after Ciinnr'lmni. this vear. when I look a frrlv into mr head to come mil anil tee what tort «' folk they're in Ameriea j we ca them yankiet in our part o'thc kintra, biii'tomeo' yonr carles heir,tty ihttlhey'ri only s wee wliren o' ihrm ronkiri, ana Hint they lalvr line a till looet Hint name, nt I nnul.l to be 'culled a tnrcktlmwer. W«cl, -u I nns uving, 1 Ihocbl I would comp out inn tee what tori o' clinps ffn here, ami aoe-t'te gam a glide deal nhout amanr y, and T-e teen rnoir tliafijis-k-rtlc keni o'. Maybf re would like lo ken that I iliiuk o' T», btlt vreel 1 watje think nnen...

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MISCELLANEOUS. A YORKSHIRE BUMKIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 September 1835

IHXSCSXiZsAIVEOVS. A 'VOKKSHIRt: nDMKIN. On Saturday, a yonni, clHm-y, rcd-diert.td Vorkthirommt, nmned Roherl-Dttit, wai brnught before the Lntd Mayor, ?horn he rjrcil vitli rti dt-nt astonishment, rharffrd with lia'iitK f'nrlec] Aldcate Higli.»trrel in lite filihinil «|iol am«nc«t: the butcbera'sbatublei, for a beQ on the nreredinr' nUhi. Inspector M'Lean sla'ed, that llio defendant appeared in the neighbourhood in a woeful elate of Intoxication, and that, after having tried vari oin parts of thettrrer, he at last fixed upon the dirtiest place for taking bii night'* rem in. Several attempts were rhade to bring him lo lilmself. but the tpiiitof rum bad lakruhold of him, and it Wot found necessary to oarry tilm to the station. ' home, when fhaosly acconrtt hacotitd fire 'of himself was, that be was a traveller. The tiord Mayor— How did It happen that yon got Into so beastly a state of drunkenness; Defen dant-Eli! Whytdoan'ilcnow just, butt kin at Sra, you 6ee. Tbe Lord Mayor— At Sea...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON, V.D. LAND, SATURDAY, SEPT, 19, 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 19 September 1835

VrtMtfLMMLMHaMaMmWMaaaWa^k^Ma^M* 1 CORNWALL CHRONICLE. IAUNOESTOW, V.D. LiHViSATunbir, Sxpt. 19, 1835. ' Liberty wllh dancer'U to bepnftred loalanry wlUiKCortty. ? ilLLOIT.' By the arriral of tbe Syren at Hobart Town— from Sydney, we are owrJe «o qualnted with tl'e total failure of the grain crop* throughout tbe cuititsted di« tricU of that Colony. For a length of lime appearance* were unfaTour able, yet, a hope remained, that vege tation would recover Itaell, if the con tinned drought wai relieved by an am pie fall of rain. Tbe aeaton, however, Decenary for tbe growth and for the due milurtng the crop*, it too far advanced without ? faU'of mId, to admit of a po«ii bllity.eTen.ahouU II now fel ir, of saving it, in any sufficient quantity. All fort* of grain, and, indeed, every article of human consumption, has, in consequenc, expe rienced a very considerable rue. It would ba unbecoming for us to dic tate to the Tasmanian Settlers any line of conduct for tliem to adopt at the present...

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

IMPORTANT SALE OF   Landed Property. To be Sold by Public Auction. BY MR. J. A. EDDIE, On the Ground; Lately Mr. GEORGE HUBBARDS, Boat Builder, on Friday, the 2nd of October, at one o'clock precisely, 'THE whole of the undermentioned TOWN PROPERTY,   which for eligibility of situation, cannot possibly be surpassed — its contiguity to the Shipping— its constant depth of water   in front, and its central situation, render ing it one of the most, advantageous   opportunities of investing money, which has ever been offered by the Advertiser for Public Competition.     Lot 1— Has an excellent Dwelling 50 feet long, substantially built, and lately put into complete repair; it contains six Rooms and a Kitchen, with a Verandah in front. The Garden is well stocked with Fruit Trees, and the Fences are in   good repair. It has a Wharf Frontage of 98 feet, with side line adjoining Mr. BRY ANT'S property of 125 feet, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 September 1835

To be Sold by\ Public Auction, BY MR. H. HARRIS, At hi» Mart, Elizabeth afreet, o» Monday next, at dne o'clock, without reserve, REiNG to close Cohiignmenls:— Isle cfFfntice Sugar, ' Sydney Cheese 'Pi-tertbam Great Coats Waistcoats Shim 'Cloth Cap' Carpenter's Toiilt Pocket Untidkerchieft English Clohis Lines Pnutcd C-ml-ric5 'fcc. Sec, ho. Teems— CAatr. To be Sold by Public Auction, BV MR. H. HARRIS. AtUh Mart, Elisabeth Street, on- Monday EVENING nal, at ,ix o'clock. AQ U A N 1 1 T Y 61 sunBr, aiticlet of Wearing Appare';— Crockery, consigns of— P!«tet| dpi, and Saucers Vnibrellns Wonens'Shoei Silk neck Handkercbter* Baton Patent Bailey 1 Seitms, 4c. , W.tu a variety nfo her articlei. TciiHa— Cash. ^_^^_ MERCHANDISE. To be Sold by Public Auction, BY MR. UNDERWOOD. At his Rooms, corner ofClurhs and Cameron Streets, on Tuesday nett, the 39lh init., at I o'clockprecisely, positively wUhtmtrtitrve, 'pHE following valuable aoection of Mer * chantiitp, »«:— . Gentlemen's black hats Whee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 September 1835

fiOVHBNMEAir NOTICE. Cobniul Secretary's Office, Sept. 15, 1835. THE ?Lieutenant Governor ha* bien pleUed to appoint William Aichor, Esq. a JuMiceof thp Pi-are for tlie lilantl of Van Dicmeu'ii Laud ai.d iu Dependencies By bit Eicelleney't command, John Moktaou. ? The -StcralMiaim uji Sn fine alyle tlila »ftrt nnon fiom rLePoilland Bay Tirht^ktVuriK' liar e not room foi particulars^-1*1'''1'1 'e No Mail aa usual— or s^ ~~ o'cloik. Tlie ileUyj«r ho UaU deliccmltt 10 «hf wi-i *r*aiher-'-« prubably BttributabU to talni-a l-y theT''. 'lld ?? I'robafaly the mall ine i^Chief Magiitrate. j/'.ue 6o»ernor i« expected In Lanneeston in /dWut ten da.ra. Tlie inhabitants mmt. notiel the oppoitiinity pau Withont re mlndine hia Ex. cellcorj of hii unperformed pledges to them.

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Court of Request. Tenth Sitting for 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 September 1835

Court of SUqucstS. tenth SittiDg for I83S. Cnnntry rnei — 1'onn ran s — Court held, Sdtniday, Srd day of October, I8S5.

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MORE BUSHRANGING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 September 1835

MORE BUSHRANGINO. Screial Bualimnjers are at large, Ananap. prarxl at the Police Office this day, and reported thai ? few-days *inre, whrn tra»«lllnj with some nrortsions *c, lie was attacked br two men, who made him accompany them twenty miles -into the bntl-, and to eatty the artlcles,wlitch tUt- then took from hltn.ind bade him return In the beil manner he wai able. The poor fellow U reported . 10 hate suffered very touch, and states the rob: fcers to be well equipped with armi and clottiiiui. As usual, one of them it nald lo be Briton. *

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Dhasts of the Hoou. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 September 1835

Ifyatie* of Hjt iHoou. Firsl qimrer— 29ili Sept., 59 mts. past 4 morning. 1 Is tola 11 4 so » so j i» 11 j s 'it \ [.'(V!''.

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