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THE NEW TOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 March 1835

THE NEW TOWN RACES. Mr. Rote's Norval, won cleverly the Trial Stakes; Donald Cuird was distanced, in consequence of the rider falling frnm Ihe breaking of the stirrup leather— in the Town Plate Bace ; Mr. Baynton's Sancho won il i The Merchants Plate was won by Mr. Lnctie's Maid of the Mill ; Sancho won the Si- Leger ; Liberty was drawn in the first heat, for the Ladies' Curse, having injured his hoof with a stump; Donald Caird won the race. The gallo way's silver Cup was won by Ponipey, with ease ; Mr. Hose stgain won the Peler Fin Stakes ; 6ancbo the Union Club Cup ; Whalebone the t'liblit-atts' purto ; and Opposition the beaten Horse Stakes. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 March 1835

SALES BY AUCTION. To he Sold by Public Auction, BY MR. J. A, KDDfl-:, At the ttoa Hotrt, in addition I,, the Stock ahead) advertised, on Thursday, the 26lh { FLOCK of about 1000 highly-improved .'? E A'ES, of joud ngc-, in lots lo suit jiur cliascis.

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 March 1835

To the Editor. Sir— As tlie Colonial Tintti lias, in Its profound sapience, most unmercifully cm and Ilirusl at the AJdre*!, wliicli, aWiougb Mr. Bill ipcmidrd, he now records liis dliaent from, together wltli an a«iuiance that mentally lie dinannioved of lt.wlien lie bad the msnrancc lo stand forth in a public meeting of Im Townsmen, and to argnmentalif ely gUe il tis verbal tnppari. I b.-iiij out ot the ' ftnont' wbo were pirimt when, and w here, be advocated It, mint brp, as a matter of mere ju-- llre, ttiBtvon will'be god enough to let me re cord my opposition (o political impotence und ?»: r-illatlon. Mr. Bell, for anything I know or be. lieve, or drtire, should be lnfenvd.nay,lii private lil'c.juitiy claim to be mperled ; but I will cay, because il is a tinlli, (hat hit conduct at, and »ince the meeting, ai ? public man, cannot greatly redound lo Ul» credit. For, Sir, either before he seconded Mr. Gluadow's motion for the AdtlrcUi, bo had or had not made himself acquainted wil...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 March 1835

snip '*s& Mm. M»ncn 21 — Arrived die brig Nimrad, from Lnmloi). ' . Mam li 1S_ Arrived tlie barque AnArmeia, Cap aiu Call-, frnm Wette.ru Port.wlth baik. Maii'ch 10-Sailiil I he schooner Elizabeth, Captain Hart, tar Sydney. C»gA, wheat mid oat». M.RCII IS— Sailed the Maria, Captain Milne, forSjdnry. Cni'Eo, whe..l. Mabcm IB— -oiUd tlie Nary rind Elizabeth Cap'ain \Vo-dill, for lioliai t Town, uitli a i argo of tundrins.

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HIGH WATER AT LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 March 1835

HIGH WATEK AT LAUNCES1ON. it. u- «. m. Sunday ? 7 19 | Wednesday... 0 SO Monday ? 8 0 | Thursday.... 10 IS Tuesday ...,% 4-S | Friday ? 11 0 Saturday ? II 45

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 March 1835

I.tUNCPiloN MumtKTl'nlCLi— 2istMAilCH — Wat As. per biuhel ;nn-- flour 10*. per lOOihs; second* 14s. do.; bran isGrl per bushel; barley 4s to fie. per do. ; otlfSi. 0-l lo 3). ditto; liny tCft per ton ; UrndSd frvllb. lna»'-, potatoes Id |»-r II)- beet' Sd. per lb- ; million Sd. ditto ; pork 81. ditto; bacon li-lols. Sd- ditto ; fresh butter 2s. per lb- ; tail dillo la Gd. lo It. OJ. ditto ; «aH £0 per tub* coffee 8d to lOd per (I) by the bag; candles 8llni-\9d. rtitlo ; fiigar per Ion £28; per Hi. 8d¥8*!»;per cheat fA lo Cl. ; perlb.2i. jf'*»cco«K51?y.oan Ver H-.5d; retail 6d;Cape witifesner jilpe X'10 ; per eelloii 4s. : rum To bond +Vft-) ♦»Od per ditto, pin 4i Io4«0d ; liraudy A* 01; poner per hogKlivad ('none), ale and porter 126 to 12s 6J per dozen; Port wino 4i!» pprdon-n i Mttdiira 35s per dozen: aherrv SO. ; diito per gallon I On ; woolflil to 1- 3.1 perlb

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From the Colonial Times, 17th March 1835. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 March 1835

From the Culonial Tim s, nth Hatch 1K35. His Honor, the Chief Justice, w.« more frightened than hurt on Thuroloy las-. He had just passed senltncn on Kir. Ftobirlson, and was passing down Col lit) 's strcei, jun by the ilour of the Colonist office, when 'pnn'' was hoard a loud report! The' Chief Justice started, as well lie might —the situation was by no -\ means onviablu. ilowwer, a moment «- J two's reflection tvas enough In s.-l t)m I niollcr all right, and the dread id report r was ili»coviwil to arino from a ginger- ?* liver bottle, iu Mr. Mzg-r'a Tvinpi-r:i»c- -;art, which was jn-t pjfging al tlie liniu— 3 the coik of which hollle (lew out uitl, „ t ri-p'irt, pvrliaps, as loud us ever was uuJu * t:j g'»ef'r ut-r' ' A gcntlrmnn walking up Mirq-inr'c \ slrt-el tlie ulln-r mnrnins, «-w a certain , frieii'l of nurs — a O'dor— siliing very f forlorn on tliu side of the footpath. Tin: genilemnn went up to him, and find n;; ^ liim in r oilier an absent mood, Kiel; hold of j hU should...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON, V.D.LAND, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1835 [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 March 1835

CORN WALr/ CHRONICLE. 1ATTNGESTOTT, V.D.Land, Saturday, March 2\, 1835 I ' Hontity of pnrpose, and iIib good of our ?tlojiti-d Country.' | — » — i We thinli proper to throw by our lead ing article, for the purpose of making room i fur llie following correspondence. If we considered it worth our while to obtain do cuments from ench pemon w.'iosr name lias been ' put maliciously,' to the I'roted, ?boat which Mr. Henry Dowling writes he has nothing to do, We might have half filled tde I'oper. Several of (he parties hive called upon us to state, thai their names hive been put to thv hidden docu ment without their knowledge. Others ? again have assured us, lliol tlieirs were obtained by threats, and prompt's, and oilier* again having been Bflteil lo sign the Protest ugainat the [lolmrt Town Meeting, imogined they were signing it, when the pot-up — paper was placed before them. We must repeal our conviction, that any, save honoiahle means, have been adopted to procure the nnmus of theimii...

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[SUPREME COURT-LAUNCESTON.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 March 1835

'UPREME COUUT-LAUNCESTOX. The Criminal 'eniiions were opened at the Court House on Monday last, before hia Honor the I'uisne Judge Montagu, »nd a Military Jury. No catea o( material interest came before it, or any which were marked with particular atrocity. John Gibson, 'per Mmdivi, Thomas Smith, per Snrval, William Clancey, per Medina, Joseph Clarke, per Richmond, Edward Grimsoll, per J«/oi, and John Simpson, per Cify of Edinburgh, were found guilty, tho four first for caule, ihe t«u laUer (or sheep stealing, and dea'.h recorded against thorn. The Judge held out some Impcs lo them that their lives would bo spared,— and their sentences commuted to trans portation to a renal Settlement fur the term of their natural lives. John Jones, nor Woodford, for obtninlng money by false pretences, vva« sentenced lo be con fined in bit Majesty's gnol for 1 2 calendar months, and to be k. pi to hard labour. William Gilbert Connell, for an assault upon the Police Magistrate, received sen tence of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 March 1835

FREIGHT & PASSAGE. For London Direct, To folio* tlie JVo/ertor, - ?JiSIUTHB 6pe rail-iniling first oloss JESt *' barque 3 A NET, hurrthen per re s-ist«:r 3001onB, iiO^ATUWiiiJGmfaarK. ^jfie&AwitfR'iVe** Tit1' ofVr^eargo ?-»?? ga*-ed,this vessel will bo despatched quickly. Her accommodations for passengers are ?upwior. HEWIT1', GORE, & Co. AcKNTS. For London Direct, OR BBR RETURN FROM BOBART TOWN, *«» rpuu fine, fasr-nailinr, teak-bait TjgHjP * Barque. CTONET, A. 1., John Rolls, Mas'er, burthen per remitter 240 torn. Ilai o-relle»t nccomniodainns. For Freight of Wool only, or Passage, op. pi? to ' HENTY&cO., Agents. Cimitiere Street, Dec. 21, 183*. Constant Trader between this Port and London. FOR LONDON DIRECT, 659k THE fi'1'' n-w- Greennelcbnllt ySgZJf. *? lerque LOTUSfiOOtnvahurthcD, Cap). G- F Goiir, II. C S., Commander ; having tile whole of her dear! weight enlaced, has ro -m only for wool, sod will lie dispatched ?jurr.My. Tills vessel's nceimmo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 21 March 1835

IMPORTANT SALE 1 OP ^ Valuable Stock,' AT ROSS. C MR.EDDIG,'iiaillie h-nor to Inform the r puhiin, thiit on THUHSDAV the 20tb j «f March, I83i, ' ' 1 11 f.lnrf not upon the I9i-i-)i mentioned in last tccel: « advertisement ) H f/c »»irt .SeW &y Puftitc /ImcUoii, J] The fallowing truly valuable STOCK, the 1; property of B BENJAMIN HORNE, ESQ., . Of Chiswick, I Fiom 800 to 1000 young E«o-, «l which not less li»n 600 'ill tie Imm 2 to 3 yt-ars old, I cf Ilic I'll)*! improved kind, (lie whole in lamb to pure Suiuiu or pure SouiU DJ«n Kams. , also, COO jftttling E«e Lambs, of the South Duwn cioss. from the fiut «ooled t»es. , ?8 Pore Smtli Down Uatns, mid a (-W J yrarliug linlfbred South DowneyiJuToT il..o j »o»l«-l e««. . , I ? 100 IKad of choice tame tft'tl- , consisting ' t of cuws,hcifm,and »lecr8,furm.-d pritu ipnliy , 'uuoi (he Suffolk breed, the calves Km; of the Haref.Md, the w»ole in tlie higueil p'S. . a.ulr condiif .ii ; together with a pure Hercf. rd . Iri'l or gri-at...

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HIGH WATER AT LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 March 1835

Hia:IWkTB«AT LAUNCEsTON. Svntlaj ? IB « | XVtHnndK^.., 8 U Wo«/uy,;... It SO 1 VtmsHIny ? 3 45 7-^W«y ? I .!« | 1-,-Umj ? 3 30

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SELECT POETRY. A HINT FOR A RICH MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 March 1835

SELECT POETRY. A HINT FOR A RICH lft *N. ' What tlisll I dn, liecarne \ have no room where to 'bntuw my iruiu V St. Luku, e. U, v. IT, Vhat do ?— Why, If tliy tames are grown too email, Save ihe. expense at building more, And lodge ilie Hirplii- of thy store Within the bowrliofthe poor ; Make widows' hanil* tliy uea.iiry. Let orpliani'moutbB lliy cofferi be. And in a littla diou slialt we Large interest in iliy ]-ur-e wlthprincijiaiandall.

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SOCIAL DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 March 1835

. SOCIAL DUTIES. 'Thank lieav*Mlcrlr-d one the oilier day, ? owe no more tlian I oan pay! — Uravo !— Would 1 could say the same I For I'm lieset with claim on claim. My fclgii iiinmori foremost eland, Submitsion or me to demand ; My equals next step fori h to view. Anil far genei ma licmhhip aue ; Inferiors loo nppi or in night, And condescension ask of riKh( ; E'en enemies put in their plea, And rloira my libcmlitv ; And, after all, boih/iisiirfand/w Pioleel the debt oflove I owe. Now each and all these clalrosaie riglitand jnil, Bui I'm exceeding pour, and therefore must To heaven's munificence for means to pay them trust.

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To The Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 March 1835

To Tlie Editor. StRi—fth- Pit), tx Norfolk Flciiu, abort oHotttr pUcci. it tin lar in rtu: tact cniund, ( I'car.iu dnnw inucli of »|iorl Markru, tlic38,«:uo liutlieln advcillccd f.r, it nUfttdgt Itt will find, if lie male™ a little enquliy, and ium« jutrUcuUi'ly if tie kMany wheat lo f£ei' the adrmuiui£ tuny. fairPUf k vwy uiucUui Hie a«A in he wnjJJ know, thai ihe»' Snenrti's Cnlf1 «elifnio it nni likily lu lie citri led tnt/i *flccl j mid wliatuaul.1 lieduVit'l lilt .10000 Imtlir! advuli.cnient Uien ! U 1- w-iwderfnl inn fair Way ihonld liu,,w so imirh afci,ii. tlie «»,», and In tits™ »»,rf, ^Iffaurom ''''?I vtitrsi A- 10 llie nrw Seulvuwoit, if iliey f.a ?ujij.l.cd with wheat and lluur fnini llie Caiiii iiiid Imlla, jis clicau udotUe tile of France, fair Plat ?Mutt be cnucul «rW.»i. »-.u«l«l for fcfi wW '1 Nurf,,lk PlaUi.. to eiHiiiMe ik tUete qu«iten j .ml w -» Sydnty, I adviw lihu ui tend M hu whi-« there, f«d advi»c hls.fii.nHi l.r do tl.e ..me j m,,( they will t'ow miiiciiril...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 March 1835

HOBART TOWN GAZETTE— March 19. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. Colonial Secretary's Office, March 18. 1835 THE Lieutenant Governor has been pleased lo appoint Alfred Munday Esq., 21st Regiment, to be visiting Magistrate over the Road Parties, stationed from Green Point to Spring Hill, vice Frederick Forth, Esquire, appointed Colonial Aide- de-Camp to His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor.   By His Excellency's Command, John Montagu. TOWN SVHI'EYOIVi OFFICE, Lnuiictslon, IQi/i Murih, 1HU5. 'P END liKS will l-,- received at this Ollcc until Tuesday, 14th April next, fur supplying the following qtianii'y and des cription oi strong suLstuulial posts and rails. 1120 Posts, each 7 feet in leng h, and 4440 Rails o the usual length, (9 feet), to be delivered as may be agreed on, ei th.r at the King's Wharr, or in such pro portions as may be required on the swamp line of road, and that part of the Patter son's Plains line passing through the gra vel pits. Samples of each article, with name ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 March 1835

MARRIED-On Tuesday last, by the     Revd. J. Anderson, Mr. Josias Macallan,   to Elizabeth, only daughter of the late   Mr. Andrew Fawns, of Glasgow, North Britain    

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON, V.D.LAND, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1835 [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 March 1835

CO ItX W ALL 'Si UOXICLE. XA-tTNCBSTOM-, 1^. /). L4 v jj, St note 4 v, .»/ j n set 28, 1 835 « Honesty of porpixe, a.:il ilie EJo«d «r our adojrfi J (JnwiMry.'1 We Hbv- received from an unonymou* Corrospiindi-nt, a vi;fy singiilHf rtatemvnt ? «( «n informntion laid against iiioi, wiiidi h' ?writes.riaii been done for no otWr motive tlun lhat o1 forcing- money from ilina. IC he will substantiate tde facia, «« trill pul)!idi]Jiein, but oflienrise (I would bean ntt of injustice to i\ir parly npcitserl. In 1 1* last Ceieniai 7¥-»ef, a Mi^is'.rate is ror^Bented to liavedenj,,] t0 certain con *l*l)lc« a mo'ely -lutivt-I froiv. fiiiesiinjjosefj «pon indiTidunh by ruuIi conct.iti'.--*« ini'ormaliuti. Ssnly justice cuuld be done wil1»fi«t «1lowing any portion of a pecu-: Jiiary Jine to be given lo an informer, ? Wiiilelhc power o-iue Incentive is placed in the fcundso' « douljly dertravvd codbIq iiiiiwy, imposilioflaniJopFriMioo muilbe »lie rrtiril to indiridnals. Wha qualms of conscietice d...

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LAUNCESTON, V.D.LAND, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1835 [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 March 1835

XAUNCESTON, V.D.Land, Saturday, Ma/icu 28, 1835 The recent judgments given against the conductor of a portion of the Colonial Press, may perhaps operate on some weak minds as a terror. It ought not — because be who.regsrdlessof truth, publishes state' ments which tannot be supported, to the injury of any man, musi.be supposed to be actuated by feelings of private malice.and , thereby employs the Press to his own dis grace. If punishment awaits him, the public is bcnefilted, and not injured. All well-disposed men will oppose the licentiousness of the Press, as determinedly as they will maintain its freedom. The following excellent remarks we extract from an Essay, which we think will prove instructive to our readers: — ' The Freedom of the Press, is, in all civilized countries, among all but the ad vocati-s ofmisgovernmenl, regarded as an indispensible security, and the greatest . safeguard of the intercuts of mankind. ?' Wherein do the defects of Government consist f Most assuredly ...

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SUPREME COURT—LAUNCESTON. CIVIL SIDE. Friday, 20th March, 1835. Before Mr. Justice Montage, and a Special Jury, co[?]ting of G. B. Skardon, Pearson Foote, Henry [?] and John Leake, Esquires. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 28 March 1835

SUPREME COURT— LAUNCESTON. Crai, SIDE. Friday, 201 1 March, 183S. Before Mr. Juttue Montagu, and a Special Juri/,ci-xmting of G It. Sknrdon, i'eartim Fwtc, Hears hWct, ana John Uakt, Es quires. 77ie Attomrg General v.U. S. ZTenfy, Ufa nutjing Director of tlie Cornwall Bank. T.'is Attorney Genera/, in opening the pleading*, stated, that this was -ui action brought by fiw Majesty's Attorney Gene ral against the defendant, at Managing Director of thA (jOrnnrnli flnnL. *n roMflar thu sum of £109, duo on a' balance of accounts between that -Establishment and Mr. Assistant Treasurer Davis. It would be shown by reference to that gentleman's bank lioolc, that, when the accounts were closed, there was an admitted balance due from Ab Bank of #^503 fil. SJ., which ivas verified by the Cashier's signature. [Here several letters from the Directors to Mr. Davis and the Colonial Secretary, establishing the Bank'a admission of that balance, and soliciting indulgence, were given in evidence, and adm...

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