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SELF-SACRIFICE—A TALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 February 1836

I SELF-SACRIFICK-A TALE. I I« w«i In the year 1W6, that amer ?client of Augsburg ni on hi* trsvtls in ?the way M business, when Jie '«* » Swiss ?merchant, from tbe Canton of. 7fte Grry ULeagae, who, by reputed -failurei, hid ; ?been reduced to distress, and was noir seeking to repair tii* fortunes by carrying on a little trade in Italy. Bui perh.ps it will 'ie better to tell this rtury as It was received, that ii, tn the person of the Augsburg merchant t— ? We met »s snrangor*, hnt the inter* course of business soon made u» nioro fa- j millsr, and in ? little time it was agreed that we both should travel together, an agreement which, while it suitrd hU purse, provided nie wiih an agreeable compa nion. The more I knew of him, the mure came I had to ei teem him i or, if any thing occurred to disturb the harmony of oar travel, it was hit occasional Bin of melancholy when lie thought of hid wife and children -a feeling which might dis tress me aa it clouded my own mirth, but which at th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 February 1836

SAlsES BY AUCTIOlff, Monthly /Sale* MR. RICHARD WHITE, KKGS to notify to the Public, that his Monthly Sale of Fat Cattle, -$?-?., will lake place al itis Pens in the rear of the tauncenion Holel.on Friday the 19th of February, at 1 o'clock precisely, when will be submitted to the hammer, Cattle fit for the Butcher, Sheep in lots to suit purchasers Pigs Milch Cows Working Steers Saddle and draft Horses, and various other STOCK, particulars of which will be given in future Advertisements. Jan. £0, 1826. Monthly tSale at Perth, Mr. G. Hamilton.,^ to inform his Friends and the Public in ge neral, that his Sttonto £ftsntf)l)- Salt for the disposal of STOCK ol every descrip tion, will be held on the second Wednes day in February next, at one o'clock pre cisely, at the at. Andrew's inn. Il will be necessary for all parties wish ing to dispose of Slock, to give four days notice previous to the S«tc, to the Auc tioneer, EXTENSIVE SALE OF STOCK &c# 7b be Sold hj Piihlic Anctipji, BIT ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 February 1836

SAI.BS BY AUCTION. {Canlinuidfram First Pag'!.) To be Sold by Public Auction, BY MR. ». WHITE, On Ike Orounti, oh Tuesday, Hie tblh day of March, at One o'clock. OpWO A'aluable AI.LOTMISNTS con sisting of about lialf an acre of Latnl cacti, and bounded on one side by the re nerve, of 100 feet on llie North F,sk Hirer, having a frontage uf 50 feet thereon, and on one of which Allotments is erected a comfortable Dwelling House. Also, Two Allotments ol half an acre each, willi a frontage of 5G feel each, in Cimi liereMrcet, Lannceaion. Terms — 10 per cent, deposit, ami bills lor the remainder ol 3 & C months, with security on the premises. '' A ch«rt of the sume and full particulars may be known by application to Mr V. D. WlcitiiAM, Soliciioi. 1'eli. 6, I83G. ? . ? To be Hold by Public Auction, j BY MR. UNDERWOOD, At Mr. Jiubluiru'. \VU,f, on iuitutdat), l'eb 18, 183B. at Vi o'ctork. iQNR JJnglish copper fastened Jolly Boat, one Colo'iinlboat, entirely ni'W, not yet oil' the st...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 February 1836

I Co tilt 5ESt(of. I sir —The Government was requested foryftare, lft**e«r»«li«P»«y-'M of ili« ialmlilianu were mi. I i«;d'««m* Comtniaalonera ere *|iHnled ; uow I i, diwoveted that tl.cy arc of no uny.nd I that I Jlr AUornay Gtneral'.Debtor and CrdltorLaw, II afi\mlfd I «« fine « Beld for roguery, «a Iho I „'« determined enrmy lo U.a colony could well ILre- Bolting will »o more be iutohlon-llie I Sit debtor and creditor U», which offen every iccommodajioD .» dl.liope.t dwiou., without Siief»B''«»'*''kl'1B»''*'*-5n-|l*l*BU™s tttha «»oiletle» of it. I «m » trad-iniati, sir. in {Se circura.Uncei.iuid in I be w.yal my bti icro^i -»'i-5 ftita »-? 1etk,». number Ulan eight 7»HeWo«, i»*e I b«B deaiMlogo aW ' b,i»inB»,i»-n) not. 'rouble ?toem, for lliey t». 'vriiuMonw.apd 'wwhiclt Iiliav.lib.nred hard, night and d.y-t pi.u5t,Ueconie.a lenaiii..or:tlia, **If »ublriieili«'«ir««'«f the Anorney CiwraV. U»,U 1. « pity be «er ea»e »iim«lf auy trouble about making i». I *?»*?* «poe *e»d»0 your mn...

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Spuneg Extracts, [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 February 1836

| .- U-t-i-r ? .iSBUntl! iExlricW. ..,-!:? i ... ! The Governor of Sydney, lias fought proper1 to isiue a, nef, Commission fit ^e P«ace, in wluth.are'othnrtfd'ni'oBt ofHlie Civil Officew ;'thb!ltollo'wifig Circular which was ffent' to the ge.nllenieri, wTio 'iri re llfeved From 'the' reiponiibility';' wil,l ex-, i pjaip if}*- Ef cellency,-' moti Vfj.^altltaligl), the Wont'or, st-ites,.lli*l;lbo?ppoinniii;ot. of *e-owu1 geollemsn'.iallica badly with it. CoUmltl Seerelcry'i Offiet,- ' ,:' .?:'-? ???'?? :? Sydney, JiuitWu6,lB36. Ai^lm rllreoted by Wi» Escelleucy ilie Go. vernor, to inform you, that in a. uew pornmiMion of the Peace, wllipli willyappear iiliuil d»j'« Go tO'nmcnt Gazette, his E«--«llency hai^houejil ll txpeiU-al to omit yourj-H/ite,'beYievinft ilijt the #ppoiniia.ent of 'Civil OfTirclt tiv Illp MasisUiicy Itooic Iti -iie In ilie eai lir r day t ofllie Cbliiriy, f.ora -lio necessity of ibe rale, whirl tlicre were'lint few' persoiiH in'New ' S iiilli WaVea iintohnerttd wit...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, FEB. 6, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 February 1836

i '* * ' -TH« CORNWALL CHRONICLE. I.&UNCSSTON V. D.lijfn, SkrcrnbAY, Tnn. G, 1830. ' Liberty with danger is to be preferred lo ilavcry with security. If the intellectual capabilities of the com munity of, this Colony, w«re estimated by (he number of schools in it, we ebon Id aland unequalled in intelligence, aa a people ; it is to be regretted, however, tiiat while the number ol' establishments furthe edu cation of youth are sufficient, the advanta ges they offer ere tibl ?wiililo the reach of the majority ol the population, the poorer cIbsbcs being unable to bear the exorbitant charges demnnded for tuition. In such a stele of things, which, in reality, amounts to almost a prohibition of education to that portion of Colonists, who must require it, we observed with much delight, a prospec tus of o cheap public drummer School, in Hobart Ton n, at which children might receive a sound English education, at the moderate mihunl co6t, to their parents, of five pounds. I'atronagc, i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 February 1836

0^* fi it rtquetled that all outstanding dehtt Jue lo the Cornwall Chronicle Ncmpajier up la the 3 lit Dec. last, he liquidated without delay— a clumee in the Proprietorship rendering it neeet wiry, in order to little the accounts up to thut period' Our emmtrg SubtcribcrtturciaYne'My requested ' ' to f aw vM^-ypnte shape cr other-wlth til '.amount sf'tlfifr n*peitise\ Accowttt-ailluut ' 'farilia-tii)peal-/rvwi us. Jl'lth the very heavy ready money expences of our business— it is net convenient for us lo give credit far subscriptions beyond 12mon!/u. 7b each individual Subscriber. the amount (£2 12«.) is a trifle— the sum multi plied by upwards -of two hundred, it, to us— an object. ' ' -??'?' ? ?'- ? - -i--.

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The Patterson's plains Road. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 February 1836

die 39atUrsou'« -Plains iloatt. The road leading from Launceston lo Patterson's 1'lainv, merits the immediieat j tention of the authorities— it is in a ! most disgraceful state ; to describe it, is impossible. A bridge, usually, termed Colonel Arthur's bridge, (we know not for what reason) about a mile and a half or two miles out of Launceston, is impassi ble— it is broken down—not by accident —but by fair decay— carriages are conse- - quenUy obliged to pans through a dan gerous golly— over which the bridge was erected, at the risk of breaking them to pieces— laming the cattle— and, (what is cf less consequence, of course, to those persons whose duty il is to see .the roads kept in a passible slate) of breaking llie riders or drivers necks. In case of wet weather, when the gully becomes full, all communication to Patterson's t'laius, from Lauuceston, by the main road, will bo slopped. ) ndepundent of lite demolition of Colo nel Arthur's bridge, the road for miles but of town, is as ...

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THIS EVENING'S MAIL. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 February 1836

This Evenings Mail PostScript 1 - The Vansittart has brought intelligence from England to the 3rd— the Boadicea   (Capt. Wright, with 216 free female emigrants) to the 1st of Oct. Having already furnished our readers with simple details to the 29th Sept., of course, there can have I been nothing material in the intervening days, London being literally empty. We   have the satisfaction to state, that Mr.   Kemp has received a communication from   Messrs. Donaldson and Wilkinson, to   whom the Petitions to the King and Parliament   for that cure for all complaints) —     Legislation by Representation   were confided, annon being the safe arrival- and that they would be placed in the hands   of Mr. Bulwer, so soon as that gentleman should return to London, to be brought   before Parliament at the earliest opportunity   &nbsp...

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SHIP [?] NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 February 1836

SHIP WF# NEWS. Uv. SI— Arrived llie 'chooner Thistle, Llddle, t « rVinland Bay, in billatr. Hub. t— Arrived the brig Nimnd, Hepbnrfi, om Sidney. Passengers— W, Crawcrofi, Esq., Cuni. Hyndinan, Mr«. Baiharo, Jonathan Baitum, Samuel Uasham, Elitabeil [ BeeV, James Oalcley, . Do.an, Mr«. Young, James jCurrie, -and foor Indian Servants. Cargo-IB barrels molasses, 1. I'airel varniili, £ cafes eats.1 case cigars, 2 cases essence, 17 (tegs la a, 8 tKfces tteef, l-piincl-ebn Ram, 1 ilream cable, TO empty bagi— To order. IOC logs cedar, 13 qr. pipes port wine, 2 casea liais, 216 logs --edai,l ra«e luclfers, l atBehlue — J. Cape. 42 eedar board,, 40 pine planks, 1 ca.e, Birk--S. Lord. 2 rases hau — S. 8. Ulbcr. «? harrdspoik, 30 jbijs oorli.S oiks sugar, I mii slops, 100 bag* rice, iMi«i:« ginger, 0 baga saltpetre, fl bales gunny bags, 7 boxes sago, l«aie uil,O-ag» pepper, S rolls lead— Williams & Co, 2 pkgrs. cigars, 801) cloDef , SO hbdi. porler, 20 tierres beet. 1 lierces tongues, ...

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LAUNCESTON POLICE INTELLIGENCE. Monday, Feb. 1, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 6 February 1836

LAUNCESTON POLICE INTELLIGENCE. Monday, Feb. 1, 1836. James Kavanagb, was charged by constable Carmen with being drunk. Fined 5s. Constable Carmen, charged Mary Ann Rawlings with tne same offence,- this lady had two beautiful black eyes, commonly called a pair of peepers, which she said were gratuitously given her by a publican's wife, who re sides in Wellington Street, she was fined 5s. Robert Ranfree, was sent to the house of correction for one week, to cure his rum drinking propensity. Geo. Clarke, and Michael Dunn, were charged by consta ble Allford, with being so glorious   that they were found opposite the jail on Sunday morning at two o'clock in their buffs, and hard at it Fined 5s. Thomas Croft, a jolly jack tar, paid the usual penalty for being   half seas o'er. Edward Morriss, assigned to Mrs. Lette, was severely repri manded, for being in a state of intoxication at the Scotch Kirk yesterday afternoon. Tuesday February 2, 1836.. George Reece, a se...

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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 February 1836

SCRAPS. fncrralt and Multiply— The wire ol « labouring man of tbe name, of Joseph Richardson, ol' Conktey, near Bromtgrove, was lately delivered of our children at one birth, all girls. They are all likely to live, and the wioiher is going on well ; tne poor ntana wages are ids. a week— he hat three children In addition Is In above. Mutt to Zmlcrunfj.— ' An acquaintance ot Bailie, M'G ? , of D* ? , made a griernuf complaint to him one day, or the hard times, and Hie hnposiibilii ? of fcmpinc tugether a livelihood in the urelclitd country. The balllr't own enperlence ran rilrrctiv counter to Uiese dulotlnul croaklngl, fur: lilt Inducti'y liad realised a handsome competence | but he knev loo much of the world lo attempt proving to tne rum plainer that III 6uccest mlcht be pnrlly hit own fault, lie contented himselt wilh remarkint, that it an surely possible for a tradesman to draw together * tolerable business- ? Not in tliit coumry'/filt frlev.l renealed. « Weel then,; aald the baili...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 February 1836

FOR LONBON DIRECT. _~n^ 111K fi.le I'dSt kUrilug IC.ktUlIt ^awHl ''FajNCES ChARLOTTE,' fifej«p»B- Henry Iticliardson, Comaiander, lUSSS&Ki 'ill incttnilli quick dcauatLh, bnviu^hei dead w^igh) engaged. For FreyJit or Passage, apply to Ihe Com mnnderon^oird, or tn JOSEPH PENNY, Wnar', Fib. 13, 1836, SALES BY AUCTION. {Continued from JLait Page.) EXTENSIVE SALE OF STOCK, &c. 7b A«? Sold by Pttblic Auction, BY MR. G. HAHILTON, at lloietta, r'atlertonU J'tuim, on Mmidjy, 29/A February, «i 12 o'clock precisely, the Proprietor retiring from farming pur tviti, ' . CIXTKEN eicellent milch Co»i ° 13 oalves 1 Heifer willl calf 8 Slccrt 20 Working bullocks 1 Bull 12 Hoises 6 Pics 2 Uullock cart* . 3 Ploughs 3 Pair uf harrows 1 Water truck Chains, hows, unit yokes Household Furniture, About 12.Q0 Bushels of Wheat. Tim: , All iumsur-der£l6, casli ? from £1 A to £30, 3 monttiB ', jgHQ and upwardt, ft montlm, on approved bills with two names if required. (53- Refreshment* will bt p...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 February 1836

SKIP $gik WW. Fes. 7— Ainved (lie Government srhooner fT/isa, Captain Jarkson, fioro liobartTown. Feb. 9— Sailed the schooner Maria, CapUln Prltfg', for I'uit Philip and the Manrjiiuf. Ff.d 12-Airived the Francis Charlotte, Capl. Richards, from Sydney. Paneogeis-Mr. Camp, hell. Mr. Fisher, Mi*.' Oakley and ♦ children, Mrt. Fraser, John Smitli. Caryo-ICJ bagtsugtf. »Unir- uiue, 25 barrels fork, -5 boxes les, 26, ra.k« curmuii-Wmiemi & Co.j 8 caies aiiparel — H.G. /frrnwsmlth ; IPO jilanki cedar, Robert B-ookt ; 9T caiet gin, 16 cairt clgart, 44 cases wine, 40 \ |-lpet wine, 143 piece* cedar, S9hhds. rorler, 1U0 rates turpentine, and a quantity of British Goorli, all tt- oiden F*.a. IS— KnSlfd ilir UuMla, Caplaln Ellin, for IaiiiIoii. Cargo— 1021 turn baik, 351 bales wool, 1 case preser^ei. UnlUilT TOWN SHIP NEWS. Fr.n.O— Arrived Hli Majeity't f in trying tliip, Biagtt, Captain Fitrroy, from Sydney, ill con. linnation ofthe chroiiomeliical obiervatit.ni. We iiupe Captaiu Filil...

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Compiled for the Cornwall Chronicle,] AND CORRECTED THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 February 1836

lUuncttitari ^ttatt ^itt7~Cutttnt, ICompiled for the Coisavlt Chronicle,! -M-COIlnECTtoTIII-UAV. fHHmlul Pt educe. lavtrlid Gooift. L. t. «. L i. it. AUicrhhil. - 8 0 0 Meptrttnz. « In Bulkier ton SOI Brown amut do. » I(« Hrn i.er lilul. 4 0 0 Cnfleenerlbdiai) * € 10 Hrrad(4U-lnal) « I 0 ClieeJe |-er ll- 0 I B Biscuit |ier ewi. ) |l - ilaui. tier do ' 0 I O Suiter fresh, pirlbO a 3 ShU p. r ton 4 0 0 Ditiu suit per do 0 I t Soap per do 4* ft 0 Hams tier 1». 0 2 0 I. ul France nujar 5S 0 0 B»riin 1.11 111 CIS E. I -ln. |iei l«. bae0 0 0 B.W|ui Hi ? « I D.t:O|icilb 0 0c Mim»u |-ii do o 0 « Dim. |iv. II. (lonQ « 0 ci fuikrmlki 0 0b Hum (duly paid) 0 13 € V«ul i,fc cio u II 8 Untu in bin tt 0 4 4 Cl...inl«le |ier Ib 0 S 0 liiaiuly duty |-Md oil « Ul.eise pel Ib 0 10 Dillo ill lu.uil a t a Cmiilles (mc.uliis) 0 0 10 Gill duty |mld u 18 0 IIiiki (Jl|.») 0 0 II Ditto iu bond u 4 « EciS* |ier dn/.eil 0 S 0 Tea pel che-l i 0 o Bmii |in kuMicl O 1 0 Ditto per Ib 0 » n OiUiikhI |in ll- 0 0 6 T...

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London Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 February 1836

lohtion fHaihttS. Eia-In eniiKquei.ce ul Hie uiiiiMially lar«e Mle« of Cnl ..nil,! Wnnl wlilrll lock place loxardl tlie cIom at July, tt Imd been dtlcrminea not to tiring m-uard aiibilii-r butch here until llie end or the preienl nuiiitli, In Older Hint the nianufucllirert mlelil have ample tlnif to tiorjt up llie extensive pnrcliaMt which they tlim nidi. II 0 bain liuvliiglinweverbeen alinnunced Ik tile at Liverpool nn tlie lath Imiant, and Hie tuarket liavinff ephibiled tome itmuionit * i improve; ahwt.nwu-Uiirattat alimeable lllal they ihnuld not bcAlli.wwUo larealall ul thrre, and ill the Wool! on lim.rt heie-rompriilng about SOOO balei— were conse: ?neatly put up I ait week.l Public Salei, and produced vxry.uti'laquir)'|tricei, »i you will either (mm the annexed particulars ; thnte a( flKl and teciind nuallti Imiliic lenliiea a Mlelit advance upon' the »l» nl July, whllu ihoie Dlajover grade, which iheu went decldeiUy lower In proportion, have in llie present IMlance produced o...

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 February 1836

Clom Ittarbct. We rannol brar ol any transactions in llie Coiii Ms k t, ol' ini|iorunc-, or beyond tlie UkuBl d.iii.nii foi the I own contuinpiion, !'is tetioiii'd lint good - Iran B.nnjilrn .,1 u li. nt nrt wuiili U- per bu-brl, ollli. iik-- we are uol await' of ealea Imvii'g bi-eii f (I'ec'ed in any quanliiy ul thai pnrr, Tlie repflitsol llie liartoi ne -ariooi, -in tome pait« of the Colony, mncb snuu, and grub priu.li, |inii(ipullj,«e uiideiKland, upon the lule Miwtt lol'.ll*. Fic.m our niqiiirin, we laiher ? »iiii i il. a ,'tikiiiE into cuntideiuiion llie iminciibe ckin.lul iaiiii m«n Hilhwliral.tvineliiiigniaiiiii 4ir ?»:? rm|i nil be rialitid, llie ddi.ienl irnpii irt-iimillubfiiig upon Imiitn »o«n very late, anil viiilioni me ueedful pirpaii.loiy cnliure, whiili Ilir fd'nurs ireie iiuliictd to ciop Testily, in ? n i,l aiii.iidf bad timesln In llie hi In Coi,,ii) II ntinld be (iFFlllnpliioui in us to Ma'e -iui O|.illi..h-»«ljrli.p wonliyof lelliiime; it limy hr, uii'J it n.*) ...

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 February 1836

fcifll) Wiattx nt iLauiuc-Ston. B. M. H M K»nr1ay ? 9 45 I Wednesday . .. 12 O Monday ? 10 So Tbmtday ....19 46 'iutiday.... Illi|Friday ? 1 30 Saturday ? 2 15 ? »« HuP-nW, Haihour Ma.|.-r.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 February 1836

(fiT flit rtqutilei (hat all tuUlahitna Jfblt Jut to (he Cornwall Chronicle Ncnipupir vplotht 3 lit Dec. last, he liquidated without delay— a thanft in the Proprietorship rendering it am. tary, in order to tittle the aecounU up Iq that period' Our country Suhfcrifiirt. art eontM/Jy requetted to favor tu, in (one ihajie or other— with the amount of their respective A ccounti- without farther appeal from tn. ffitk the terji /iiorj) ready money txpenta of our Butinetl - it il net tmvenitntfarut to girt credit for tuburiptiom btyond 12 month: To each individual Subieribcr the amount (£i 12i.) if a trifle— ihe turn mulli filied by upx-ardi of two hundred, it, to ta -an objtet.

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Phases of the Moon [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 February 1836

$Ijafirt of Ujc jftoon Kew-Moon— i7Ui Feb., 6 mtt. pa»i e moinlng. His e | c ea } a sole ic|n « j i ''l^''}-

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