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EXTRACTS FROM THE LATEST ENGLISH PAPERS [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 March 1835
I EXlltA(1;S J FROM THE L WEST KNGLl ^H PAPERS - S%wii!ct-.-Tli(. slilp Fairfield. explain W.nb», o lound rroin L'»-l|'-nl Iu llic llnvnnnali, was . o'ally lusl on Scatli-I Point. l--le nf Muti, on tlie » OJi Nnrembrr. Tlie crew was miiaculously irnfrved iimii a unlery gtavp, t Emigration.— The -tiip WulcrUo arrivrd at . 'orisinoii h on Hie ISlli Navc.nlier, to embark , ut-engrr» fnr Van I)i- ln=n's Land. j Refugee Pvtn — L«rge numbeia of tile rrfn^cf! „ 'oles are leaving Iliigland lor Amctica-fU.S ) , liev aie assisted bv lundi, inlseri bv tlie ilia „ itKbl.- in London. , Cliolcru — His Hajenly's 6liip tlhgdort. 1R, e -npinin LopiilRc, »«- de nined at Ili-rmiiila, In „ oiihebnencs of Hit crew being infected with ilie X Imlera. j Public Heeling — A numerous nnd liijjhly les II ifctable meeting of C'tHlemen took place In the liti cjI Loud' n ivlin it hjb nn.iniiiloinlv ri'Bclvcd. , 'TliHttlie rrffluval of lli» late Minimi y Bjipears i hiilicati' a determination lo put a stop ??? tin ...
BATAVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 March 1835
BATAVrA. We have late accounts from Batavia. Set era 1 vessels had arrived there prior lo the 15lll December from these Colonies, amongst which was the Lady of the Lake, Lord Amherst, Arab, Jane and Henry, Strathfieldsay, Edward, and Ihe Dorothy. The latter vessel lo ids at Sourabaj with a cargo fpr Hobarl Town. A severe shock of an earthquake tvas experienced on the 10th of October. The following extract from a private letter, dated the 12th December, affords an inte resting adcount of it : — ?' On the 10th of October we experienced Ihe most violent shock of an earthquake erer known In Java. About 5 o'clock in the. murnineitrom* roenred by a violent* rumbling nohe, lumethiiig similar to distant ihnnder, or fierliap' more like that of Mterel heavy carr!»Re» |iatiii,g rapidly ovrra weoiloB bridge; ilicn followed a violent agitation of Hit! earth, shaking the bouse, and every article offurnHoreinll.ihiotoninginonvn tary destruction to all. We were startled from sleep, and my llrst imp...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 March 1835
LAONCMTO« MMWT PnlCES.-Ulh M*BC3 -WliwuSs.fiJ to Os.|.er ?-»''»' i-»«»''(le«») fine flour 20»pe. lOlllhi.! seconds I6*.do..; bran '.fid per bnihrl. barl-y »8 6d. to 4s. per Jo i»lsh.t.«..6d. ditto; bay £2 lo 'per to,, B.ead 6d per 41b. loaf; P»'»e-. l.f ??'' ^ beef Sd. tier lb-, muHun 5d. dmo j pot*. I' ml ?«.«.., ... to l«.8d. ditto; fresh butter 21. per Ib-;. alt ditto U Od.to l». Od drtto. candles 9i. to 10.1. ditto ,- *uear per ion £30 per lb. 41. i.e. ,.rr chest ^C 10.., per lb. to. M. tobacco 3«0d .10. i «oap(per bo»)5dper lb. i.ti H Hi ;Cape wine pet pipe £10,- per R«'°»4f- 'T In bond 5» oer 8«»oi- i ein ditto 5s. Od } bianoy »..0d' ; port'r per bid. J.S ; al» ?»* W™ ISi. per down. -, — — ^— ^— a^ss^ssssssssssslS^slslllllli^s^s^s^sM^sMsM
SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 March 1835
&YDNLY NEWS. S}dne,y files of papers hove reached us ? lo the 4:h instant ; they cbniniu nothing; M'1 int. resting. Wheat averaged 5*. 91, pi-rW liinllel ; flour from 12s lo I5l per lOf) In, ?-' Butcher'* meat ha* risen in price; beef I' ret iling at 21. per Id. Otln-r CMuiiihI f ' stork contiuiits At its usual tirice, with an Ws unusual limited supply. The loilowini; e ? tracts are from the Monitor and Herald, none other of the Journals having keen received by us. Extraordinary rise tn the taliieaf I'nptrtg.— At Ihe July Salr ot Crown I^ands « person n-n»d Dailcs purchased en allotment ot'lmd at Ne« camle, (ot 61. ; this lie sold directly ofteiwD'd* 10 Mr. Morris, of Maikrt stncl, fur 40/, anil Ml M. has been nfTered 1A0I. lor ii wilhiii ibese few di;«,br a well known specit'atorin laud. Three native blacks have been in confinement mine lime on acliarge of murder; they urre to, warded to Brisbane Waler olinul three »re)t since to be identified \ but ai lhat conl.l not tin d...
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 March 1835
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. For the nrreial rommtinlcaiiom we bare received, w. t-ff.r to our Coricspoudm's our thank*, anil bca tbat we may continue to be »«'«« «liu il...m. Tl,o.ebf » p-r*ma Iniluie **. must necessarily be e«ciised inse rung-™. « j InToiniation touching the true Inftfeslsof the commnniiy, shall meet with every alteDiion. «? n A C.' i» not nrlmlsslbie-for rersnns which tbe good sense ol the writer must upon rtLcC lion be ubvlout to \\\m. Tbe notice taken in Imr former numbers of the late ridi.nl.iiis menlng in ||ob«rl Town, mini conviiiccoureorrcspondentswhohnvef.yni.red lit with their views upon the «»bj.-rt. that we are alive li- their nal lule-.i-Ms. Til* public feeling roai,ir«.ird throughout Una ditwio i of ths Inland is sufficient fe.en If Hie absurdilyof Hip petition was not) lo convince tbe Home Government, it.ol it* rallmit portion d Mo. „,,/, ere not desirous to ki. k .«?-? ??-» 'adder tr«m under tliftn. bj «h:rh tlicj liave aicended tolbeirpn»ciitpro»petlt...
THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON, V.D LAND, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1885 [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 March 1835
hie CORNWALL CHRONICLE. XAUNOESTOir, V.DLiNP,SiTURDir,AJiROU 14, 1885 ' Honeily of purpose, and 'he good of our adojilrd Cunntry.' We h»-i Ijcgun to hail the dawn of a better feeling amongst our little commu nity, than has existed, unfortunately, for ? long fiertodiundhad in common with our ronlernporory determiner) to promote every attempt to soften down the little BnperUies which occasionally ocvar to dis turii our repnse, when all at once a new fl»mebur«U forlli lo opposeotir intentions. The Public Meeting field at the Court Uoii-e on the 61I1 instant, having resulted from those wWcli had already taken place, Immediately connected -vilh the prosperity of the Port, and consequently with the wholeConnly or Corn wall, had been pretty generally discussed as lo Us objects, for eometimebeforethoMeeling'wesiitld. The invitation to atttnd was couched in as general terms as wa's possible, and the Meeting vu perlups more numerously attended lh*n any former one,; neverlhe lem, il has «.c»rc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 March 1835
?-t. SALES BY AUCTION. ft, : . ? ' To J-e Sold by Public Auction, :ei . UY Hit. a. WHITE, . U the Launccilm Hotel, on Monday the \6th of Man h, at I if Clock, lJ p HE following very valuable Building rt(j Allotments, situate in Brisbane, Uplon nd Margaret streets : — Lot 1, ? . ' llai a frontage o( 4C- feet 3 inches in Iriibune street, and 126 feet 6 inches in. i ilargirel street. rf,, . Low 2, 3. 4, & 5, ;„ Have each a frontage of 45 feet 3 in. n Brisbane street,- with aside line or 130 ce '?*«? ? rd. Low C, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11. & 12, ;c|, Have each a iron luge of 44 feet 3 in. ion n. Brisbane street, with a side line of 200 Hi «*»? ' hii ? Iot 13, .jct Hw ? frontage of 44 fret 3 inches in ,„. Irisbane ?treat, and 197 feet In Upton ,,|j treet. ? ' l,e 'erm- *ill be made known at the time of ill] ..,, .«ale. iei AtJo— T-™- Allotments in tW heart of till he-IWn : particulars or -wnicli will be udc known at the lime of »t\b. VALUABLE ALLOTMENTS FOR $AL& To be Sold ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 March 1835
FREIGHT & PASSAGE. * For London Direct, To follow the Protector, dfiJLT'UE --no fB-l-«nilin-! firit dam v 8pr * barque XtfNBZYlwrrlhen per r* i»trr 300 tons, J. O. M«(ik oNtliCnmra«ii' ler*l^9W«*'*',t' *''M:*r ?ll-af *Bt« Vi° »cefl,lKif »e.«el will be despatched «juu My Her nccuramodations. for passengers are «p«ii'-r. . ' . '. HEWITT, GORE, & Co. Agents. For London Direct, Dir DCH ItRTURN FIIOM BOBiRT TOWN, -£_- nPIII-- fine, iatM«ilin». tealc-butl *§JgP ' Barqti-. CYGNET, A. I., oum RoLtH, Mascr, burthen per register jn -om. Ha« etrellent «ccommonVl--D«. F/»r Freight of Wool only, or Passage, op. T-? HENTT&CO., ,-i ' jlgent*. Ciroitlere S'rre», Dec. 24, 183*. instant Trader ^between this Port and London. FOR T.OVD0N DIRECT, «£9*. TH' finn- ni-w« G-eonnokAnlli W£ * torque £Ori/S,SOOto,.sl)urthcn, apt. G. F Gone. II. C. S., Omman-ler ; .vicijj the Whole of her dead wMpht cnpaseif, irto imonty fot-ool,eud will be dispatched O'okly. . Tlii- vessel** ncconimo'?B...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 March 1835
MARRIED - By Special License, by the &nbsp; Rev. Dr. Browne, of St. John's Church, Launceston, on Sunday the 8th instant, Lieutenant Dutton, R. N., to Heloise, youngest daughter of the late Peter Lette, Esq., of Curramore.
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 March 1835
PUBLIC MELTING. A highly respectable and numerous body of the Inhabitants of this Town, met pursu- ant to public notice at the Exchange Rooms, yesterday week, (and afterwards for the &nbsp; want of sufficient room adjourned to the Court House) for the purpose of receiving the Report of the River Tamar Deputation, when L. W. Gilles, Esq. was unanimously called to theChair. The usual preliminaries having been gone through, the Chairman read a letter which was received from the Colonial Secretary .(and which will beround in another put of our paper,) wherein the Government agreeable to the recom mendation of the Committee, appointed by his Excellency, promise to buoy, beacon and otherwise improve the navigation of the River Tamar in the most effective man ner. The Chairman trusted that, the 'act of such a .promise on the part of the Government having been made after due consideration in Council, which gave it a character o' impo'rtance.aiid the/lisposilion evinced on the part o...
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 14 March 1835
SHIP NEWS. &nbsp; March 9— Arrived the brig Mary and Eliza beth, Captain Woodin, from Hobart Town, with a general cargo &nbsp; March 9 -arrived the scooner Maria, Captain Milne from Sydney, with general cargo. March 10-Arrived the brig Elizabeth Taylor- son, Captain Saunderson, from Sydney, with a general cargo. Passengers, Messrs. William Baker, John Hawkins, John Peterson, Thomas Arnold, Mrs. Arnold. Mrs. Hawkins, and two children. Minrii I J -Arrived Ht« «-lllcr ^''hm,' Captain Wririit, fciim Ciicnlar Head and Bass ? Straits. CargJ. 160 «nl bkin., 22 bags feathers, ?lid 13 packages furniture. March Is-Clrared al tlie Cnitom Home, the barque Lady Ueyn. Captain Burnett, for Sydney, with partof herlirigiiial caigo from Cauion,
FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE—March 14. COMMMISSARIAT OFFICE, Hobart Town, March 3, 1833. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 March 1835
H0BARTT0WN GAZETTE- March It COMJirSSARIAT OFFICE, hobaii Total, March 5, 5835. D EQUfRED for the service of the year ending 31st March, 1838, for tlie Government cattle at Leuncealon, and the Out- stations, viz : — At Lavncetton— Aboul IC5,0001hs.hsy, 17,C000'.bs. slaw ; 35.0001bs. f. rage. At New Korfolk— About 25,500lbs. hay At Campbell Town -About 23,0001 b«. hay. At Rose Bridge— About 8,800lbs. liny, I,500lbs. straw, 3,30001bs. forage corn, l,500lbs. bran. Tenders will be received at the Com missarist Offices at Hobarl Town and l.aunceston, until 12 o'clock on Tuesday the 24th instant. The price of the buy and straw lo be stated also much per ton, and the price of the forage corn and bran at So much per lOOlbs. The name of some person of known stability, who will enter into a bond with ihe contractor for the due fulfilment of his offer, must be stated. Payments will be made in British SH ver, or by drafts on Iiis Majesty's Trea sury, at the rate of .£100 for every jp|6i 10s. du...
LAUNCESTON, V.D.LAND,SATURDAY,MARCH 21,1835 [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 March 1835
IATTNCESTO3XT, V.D. Land, S.ITURMY, March 2\, 1835 . It' affords us satisfaction to observe a notice given of an intended Act (o amend the existing Law of Debtor and Creditor. To frame a ran tint will prove Advanta geous to all classes of society — a lair, that will have tin- efTct of shielding. the vnfor Innate, and fioHcsl debtor from oppression! nnd securing the umuspichvi and confiding creditor from fraud-, will require all tile attention nnd ability of our legislators. Much lias been said and written against the justice of an institution that allows to any one man the power to Sgnominionsly incarcerate another — for debt. Certainly, in Home case of imprisonment —I ardship end unnecessary Mvarity have been the prominent features of them, while in others, fellows have only suffered the lame restraint upon their liberty who ought in justice to have felt the severest penally of the bit f«r gross swindling. Adversity and crime not unfrrqtienlly lead to the same result. The Trader is...
SELECT POETRY. ON WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 March 1835
SElECf POETRY. ON WOMAN. CTrom the Ulaint GautteA The Mute, imperious, bid* ray noiil to tone, Hirm..ii1oui iheraes (lit round my wavcrlnr. wind, Fn !-iir, Filenddiip, Love, cl.este najslous -bron& v In uiiiu uiinoDrir, wllh sditlmenu rriiniri. In claim a poet « praise, «nd wakt that strain Which slumbering, long hatli sleitt ; but now ?min UVuvslicd, come cheering tay revKln.es my breast With Muffling fire -. mi Love that knowi no Vest, Prompts me In kneel, do homiigf-, and be blest. «',.!?! J,W-''an'' ?''??n'-wln-r* Man may nnd Mild^oothing balm In heat Ills. UrmMnc caie. Her look no sweet, lier ever-pitying miud, ? Can mik- bl» Borrows vanish into air, And yield dim |,||.g nn rarii, , [f murlai prB;rt . Could ilii-n due irihme to nuch merits icW, Let my thought! wa ider through pnetle shade, And (rame some panegyric, neVr to fade. Ou her wliom Heaven with virlaouB grace lull made! Who can resf«r Hie all.tnbdnine nwav Oriieaoliom Urnm-n with a lovely mind t Or oho forget t...
VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 March 1835
VARIETIES. The « Vnhenal' I'iltt.— We em scarcely go Into iiny mreei ihlrtndnninwhicli we do uot seo ?? Morrison1. Univeisal Pills, for Hie cure of e* err discajp,' stating us in large lellen in tile will (lows of one or more stions. We learn too, thai immense numbers or them are sent, nol only to eveiy part of Ibis country, hut to the Comineni, to India, and to America. Now It appears from analysis, that they depend fbrlbfli medlrul pro. pertfes chiefly upon gimboi/e, a very drastic por gutivf, long mrd in medicine, but used only by ' those wbo understand its action, in very imall doses, »nd nitli mud) caution, TllB gamboge - exists in the pills mailed No. S, in the quantity of ' about n eiain and a lialf; and of these, dx, eight, ten, and upwards, are sometime! given at once ; thus the patient swallows about fifteen grains of gamboge fnr a dose I Bnt besidm, etch pill con tains in addition one grain which Is made up be. Iwceu aloes and coloryr.tli.two aolivr purgatives, and balf a...
AN OXFORD STREET REMINISCENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 March 1835
AN OXFORD STREET REMlNlSCEXCE. Some few yenrs ago, a shabby looking gentleman, carrying in Ins hand a fiddle, enclosed in a green bag, entered llie shop of sn eminent hosier in Oxford street. 'I want,' suit) he, addressing himself to (lie obsequious man of hose, ? a pair of silk stockings.' ' Here are a dozen pair,'' replied the shopkeeper, ' of such a quality as no other house in London can offer. They are cheaper than dirt, and more durable lliati iron ; and when they are worn out, they will cut down into capital socks ; but ihnt will not be for many years.' ' Excellent qualitias!' replied the shabby gentleman iritbthe fiddle; 'but what is the price ?'' *? A trifle,' returned the seller; 'only twelve shilling's a pair.' 'Then, put up one pair for me,' said he of the green bag, ' and I'll pay for them.' At the same moment hii right hand dived into the extreme recesses or his breeches pocket, as though lie were en deavouring to select something under neath. He was not successful, ' ...
To The Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 March 1835
To The Editor. Sin,— My a'tenflon -r» railed to a paragraph in the- last number of ihe Advertistr. relative id ? liepiiceofwhrat, 'Tuat Ihe market price of Ihe day for this article miy be quoted si sii ehillliiRs ,ier bushel, rath.' Now, a friend of mine (row the Countiy tiled the lowu all orer, bill could tioHiiid a buyer for cavil Ht all bIiovu 5-i., txcejilB BaVeror two In a sm-W way, for a single load noie anil tlierf, «nd Iliry would nut -i(Tii above 5i. to 0.. C.I. At this rale, who it to buyouraupplienortome 1(10,000 bmhcli of«li.al| and lor u li-u purpose is tlie l-atmcislon Arftv i(isrr thus endfavouibiK lo deceive the seller-, nr olbt rwiuP to liijore tlie Met cliaul or i-i|iurter. f-I am, your obouleut servant, ' OnsiavEn. 20 lh March, 1835 [Why does our Correspondent ask 'why?' the reason is obvious enough, what matter who «inks. so lhat our Con temporary swims 1 — Iid. In.]