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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 February 1836

Go fl)t ©litor. Sib,— Reports of Colonel Arthur'* de partnre are not to frequent, now, ai for merilyi I*oppose the peop)». ere pelting more contented under his yoke: 1 assure every Colonist.thal Colonel Arlhur'spoftcy will secure to him (he Government of this Colony, so long ss.he chooses to hold it. He hat great interest at home, which will be of servico to him ('f he requires il so long) while the British Government lioldf together. In 182B, Colonel Arthur's interest-wlth tlie Home Government was hi powerful a« it ii in 1S36. From the following' notice of Parliamentary proceeding* in that year, it will be seen that the British Government had given him an appointment hen, 10 toon at Colonel Hradley obtained a ver dict against htm (or £100, for illegal be haviour to iittn, which choused Bradley ?lit of the damages awarded tu him by a Jury, and co*t». How far «uch «n escape was palatable to the injured Colonel Bradley, may be judged, from his, Colonel Arthur's previous manners at Hon...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. In China, exists a great many secret associations of the People -they call themselves ' Brotherhoods,' and take to themselves vacious epithets as ' seen.le fwing'— celestial reasons association — peteenhwing — the association of the water lilly — »ans-ho hiving — association of the three powers, 1. e., Heaven, earth, end man. They do not teach any religious system; but, they generally sacrifice or drink 8 small quantity of each other's blood, when they take the oath of brother hood. They have, like the Freemason's, secret marks, by which they are known lo each other. Their ostensible object is to defend each other's property, and ro venge each other's wrongs. It is said that their properly is always secure, and that they can travel with perfeot safety at all time'. They revenge each other's wrongs even on the officers of the government. Tyanny—W\6 true way 10 tyranny, il not to nmkedirect attacks upon tlie public good ; Hint would he to raise every body in its defence...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 February 1836

Co tt)t iEfcitor. 8m— The jreai rise ittitia prir* offhmani WJib»i » Sydney h». »H«». |.»?m'.^«r*i»o.i ' the cut vice, eii-) tbt-pilr*i*r? edmnt'inp, f*|iid/y on tliil side the Colon)'. T-n ihiiliiict it now bild'y demanded for ? bushel of wheat, end few perions wilt nell even at that price. The Milleri and Bakpra ere tlau alive la that game, and ?carrely know what to ask for their flour aud bread, the latter hasnlrra-ly edtauceJ to If. Ibe lib. loaf, and a further rile i- anticipated. Governor Arthur's fnoliih n ocl Act. which empowers a convict 10 buy a loaf 'f hrearl, reduee Ihe weight of it, and ihen ton the Baker fora hear? pennitv, bat aijiited greatly to advance the piloeof thlt iwrrssaiy of life, tor the Baker* naturally My,' whilst Ihe Informer* are allowed to plunder nt in this manner, the pnblio tnuit make up Ihe deficiency.1' If oar wise LegWaiorn had perinHterl thla Act to pais aifir*t proposed, that ii, ' to compel the Maker to welch hit bread at Ibe request of bit cus...

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LAUNCESTON POLICE INTELLIGENCE. Monday, Feb.8, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 February 1836

I. A V W CE6TON - POLICE INTELLIGENCE; Monday, Feb. 8, 1836. Patrick Cunningham and Jas, Mitchell, were each fined 5s. for; being -lrunk. ?James Morrisson, charged by constable Carmen, with being out aftftr hours, vjw senteuced to the cells. ft-r 48 hours. , /'a'-'i LeviCurtix, assigned fa Mr., Johu Archer, for being insolent, h days to the cells. I Mary Jelleit, for drunkenness, ?fined 5s. I Samuel Waistlock/fnt the same loffence, bound to find sureties ?for his good behaviour for six Imonihs. v I William German,, assigned to iMr. Williams, brewer, was charg led with teidg out after hours— ?24 hours solitary, -confinement. George Hape, assigned' to Mr. A. Stewart,' was charged wHh i.omcr rimnk. and alisetvina: him self without leave from his mas ter's piemisesr— 6 months to a road party: Levi Wajtfs, George Lupton, Richard ttoe, and James Joyce, were charged with laying a false and frivolous complaint against (their master, Mr. W. 17. Jordan, Saturday Jast. It appeared from the evi...

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Most Important! [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 February 1836

JHort fmpottant! His Excellency the Lieutenant Gover nor arrived io Town on Friday afternoon, accompanied by hit family, and domestic servants -and proceeded forthwith to Allanvale— where cuilable arrangements have been made for the reception ol llie august party. The troops were drawn tip at the entrance of the town, lo receive his Excellency, and the usual ceremony of discharging artillery was observed, at the Barracks, and -mi board the Yacht, ; during llw firogrosa of . his Excellency, through the town — in which he was ac companied by some of the Government Of ficers. The saluting was official—* liroom stictc — if placed as the representative of British Majesty — would be entitled to the ollicial fo'ins of respeel— we do not value the general eatimaiinn in which a leader is held, tiy the display of a little bunlin upon a signal «talT, or at the mast-heads of Government (public ur private) Vechts — by the firing oi three guns — three times each, at the I'arracks -and on board th...

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

FB EIGHT JfcPASSAG FOR LONDON, _S^A Tufi fine, Us -a.liug chart) Mm, Jiff. DEwWlSTO g}SSiij5a» A I, 1 1108. Mai Kit, C g833JSS man1er,41l tons register. «. rrcufiior Postage npply tn H. BE'D, Or to Hie Charterers, &t.' ' HBNTY & Co.. HEWITT. GOKE, it Co H. RU1O. Tnn Vessel by Chailer will sail early I'M! »fB-n|l. 'TOR LONDON DIREC3 -=T2L. ^''^ well-known firs -class fi v/*3wi aniline barque xmk . PROTECTOR, *9s&3*d*» no* ready to lake in carto, j Haw Ririewiioleoflur.lca.i weiBht enfja,. ''» be di,p.tcl,«d quickly. For Fre^ «' f»3sage ej-ply to tlie Captain on board, HEWITT. GORE, & Co M. John Street. Jan. 2. 1836. POR h?^0™ DIRECT — STft- ? « B f-st-sailinsr A I bare JJSft ISABELLA, 9&&K&L I' J' tu'i CoaiiimnW KSKsSfk having all her dead weii the fir.t of February, loi F.eigl.t or P sojc.upvly to HBNHY REID, _WaiO.^1_!gL0.J08El--5l-E!'MYs POR LONDON, ^5 T it fc fin,; nis!-c.:i-s UTjiIjIlIju «h9l CRUSADER, K*||3a& Ijurl...

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

Monthly Sale of Stock, W TO TAKE PLACE ON mrBUR&DAY, tub &rd of MARCH, W fit ©&«?« o'Cloch. Lr. JAMBS HILL, ?nfiGS to acquaint his Friend*, qnd the WP public in general, (hat liii third monthly Sale of Stock, I ffILL TAKE PLACE ,AT THE YARDS OF ImR. ROBERT BRAND, I Of the' Edinburgh Castle' I . IN CHARLES STREET, Ir* Efcutftlftj, t&t 3rt iHacrf) fowtant, P To COUMBSCE AT 3 o'CiOCJT. I Ti--we Gentlemen, who rrfiy entrust tha Ktle of STOCK »o Mi clmrge, are Te Lueited to give him, ol least, three days [previous notice. ? . ? Wa I liable F arms F0R_SALE. MR. JAMES Hitt, fOEGS to acquaint hii Friends and the , Public, (hat he has received instruc tions to Sell by Public Auction, upon the iGrounH, on SATURDAY the Sih day of March, 1836. at I o'clock precisely, in two low, all that truly valuable and beau tiful FARM, COMMON I. V KNOWN AS Townsend Farm, situated within two and a half mile* of Launceiion, on the main rued id Hobart Town. Lot 1- Consists of 25...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON T. D. LAND. SATURDAY, FEB. 13, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 February 1836

TUB CORNWALL CHRONICLE. I.A.UNOESTOW T. D. Lasd, Saturday. Fes. 13, 1836. ?? Mtierty with danger it Jo bt preferred to slavery i with ?eeurilj. , , .,. - SiLLlisr.' Enaclly, as lias been predicted by the independent presi of this aingularly go verneit-t'olony, Is the price of provisions enlmncing to an alarmimg eUent. A short time back, the Legii'ature. ot the request ot the Inhabitants of this Town, proposed to frame a law, that should protect the Public fr. m the iniDoaitions of evil dis pofed Bakers. A certain Standard was fixed for the weight of bread, which manu facturers end He ilers in tlial article were required to obide by, lint the conjoined sngncily of the Star Chamber, omitted the very necessary act of affixing a standard price to it, according to the mir et value of wheat. 1'lius, the Rread Act proves like most other of our Kegislaiort Acts, of injury instead of advantage to llio pub lic. Within the last few days, several Bakers havebeen fined at the Police Office, fur ...

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Case of Colonel Bradley. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 February 1836

Case of. Coloml firafclti). Mr. Hume presented a petition from Thomas Kradley, Ksq., fate Colonel of the 2d West India Regiment, complaining ol having bcen: unjustly dismissed the ser vice. The cause of this dismissal, it ap peared from the petition, arose out of cer tain disputes between the petitioner and Lieutenant Colonel Arthur, at Honduras, respecting the right of command at that station. The Petitioner was put into close confinement (for which a Jury awarded him .£100 damages) ; but the Military Authorities at home were induced to favor Colonel Arthvr, who was sent abroad after the trial, so that the Petitioner could re cover neither damages nor costs, and was liiimelf dismissed, with permission to dis pose ofa majority only, after yoars of ho norable service. The Attorney Genrral anJ Mr. Peel contended, that the Petitioner had acled with great impropriety; tint he had charged I no honorable persons with having forged a Commission, had refused ton-suit the decision of the Aut...

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

FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. COMMISSARIAT CONTRACTS. Commitsariut Offiet, Hobarl Town, Feb. 9, 1836, T^TOTICE ii hereby given, that lendeti will b. J-* received «| the eomuiiuariat .iftWi ai Mourn Town nod Lanoceiton, iimil Uo'clock on Tueadai the lit of March ucxl, for furniihing the under' mentioned iiipiili, a, tnuiipnrt, Sic, for 12 uionthi. roiiinipnriiic lit Apiil, 1838, and leriuiuminir 3|n March, 1837; HOBART TOWN. Fresh meat, ptr U.-Uit M.jeitj'. Iroopi, it.ip of Mar, lraii«pi-ri,,eilil jrnire.nninnl teuell, colonial l.o.pilnl, frmnle h'.iife oCcorreclion, e«ol, priiuiier, tmrracki, priaonert and olhru ant of burrock* cummiimrint «mrri, including die uccnliansl siiP,-|, f..r P,,n Anlinr, or other i-nicr,. V,e ,|,,rp^ The weight U be eicrrlained bj- killing onr o. two from the number acleclrd by tlie comnmitry, If Hie average cannot le nllierxlie tgirtt upon; Brmil.per Ib., made from tuluatrn Jlour, from uhich 10 per cent, of bran ha, been extracted. - till M»jr»lj'. Hoops,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 13 February 1836

BIRTH—12th February, the Lady of D.   ROBERTSON, Esq., of a Son.

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 February 1836

Co the Editor. ''??— 'jfP '«h P'wed with therematlrtln yourrastNitnibir respiting the malpractices canied on by Ihe Informers, and other evil-die posed persons agaipsi Ibe Bakera In this Town.su'd 1 Ollitfi aprfip in nniniAn u.ttl. u«.. .1.-. ? ?': K should be allowed io sue in ihe name of himself A and the Kinp. for any penalty, for it is degrading I »««?-«.?- office, lo allow a felon to art a. till I lilng s Advocate in our Courts of Justice. | I »Bisine the public would be tniich belter pro- 1 Ueledtrotn, imposition on the part ol Ilie Bakers, i bylhelnspectorof Weighis occasionally weigh- | if1B the Loaves at the Baker's shops, than by en- j eouraging Inlormers, who will swear and Ut I through a brick wall,' fo, a few .hilling ' i llie iiade of informing list become ao lucrative. 1 that a Matter Baker, a late Government ConUaclor, I Ays left off making U-nVtt, and toinmneti refiniu 1 i»tB!/i-rpr«dBcljoii be/on the Jlhglrintei.jirUi, 1 'Mtjjhat thu wretch, accompanied bs a con. I...

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The [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 February 1836

Cht Sl'SUin. On Wcdneidar morning last, Mr. Robert Wales, the Inspector of Weights and Meatures.haviug previously til,.d Informations against several Uaken Vur telling tliurt weiclil, upnu thr.nalhs of a man who had formerly been in the Trade— abandoned them, staling to the Bench, that lir discovered thai the Informer's word v.-a* not to be depended upon I This man— tivii en the aflernmn ef the tami day invni fas a Coiutible .' ! ! lhu« we Cud, ili%l the mauwlui was considered unwor thy bj, «« luspeetorlof Welghu and, Measures to cive testimony snwte. of information ag^.( the Bakelt, is cnnsidered by the U-cal CoveniiutMto.be a 111 and proper inurnment of the Police. It la not often we can find time in. nralk the Mrrcit,— ibis dm*, hnwever, ureent busiu.eis led us inlo Charles tluel, and we Mere highly Srulu1ed in witnessing n ilglil, that we venture our ears nuon it, win never matched In the M.illiir Country. A splen did equipage tlinve past uh, consisting of an open .Sncliiable, d...

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 February 1836

SJtffl) mater at JLauiurtton. n* if* n m Snnday ? 4 0 I Wednesday ... 0 is Mantt, ? 4 «S Tlmnday .... 1 o Taetday.... 5 84 1 Friday ? 7 48 ? Saturday ? 8 30

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 February 1836

We fed disposed 40 censure Tery se verely the miserable motives of Mr. Wil liam Bedford. nnd the ether Gentlemen who subscribed a fund, to reward the dinoyer ers of the murder of the lamented Captain Sergeantson. They muster a sum of Fivn Hundred Founds, which they offer as a Reward to any person, who brings to light the perpetrators of the diabolical deed,ind instead of giving the advertisement the. greatest possible circulation — are content ! with ssnding it lo one paper on each side j of the Colony. Our columns are ever at the service of the public, in matters of | public impotl,frec of charge— and we take the privilege of telling Mr. Bedford, that we gratuitously lend our means to dissemi nate his advertised Reward— at tha lame time we cxpreti onr; regret, that he should permit parly feeling to influence his con duct in a matter of so much interest, ns the discovery of die perpetrators of the inhu man assassination of a worthy man. Five Hundred Pawids, REWARD! MONEY tu ihs amou...

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Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 February 1836

»Ija«ti ot H)t Moon. Wrtlqnartf r-2«th Feb., 80 mtt. pail 8 aflernoon. gJiilis|il||il1|!jlMy| W|»w|«»»l * » lf «l' «|* 'I'lkTf

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 February 1836

Co ttjr grtiitor. 8l«,-lllsln contemplation by the bakers, to raise ll the price of bread next week, loo neiice in Hi. i'nV m loaf, which will make il'Hd. Elalil nence ?i.rli ^' '? demanded for 8ri.ne joint, „(' ,nm_w nTpri'lc. , f 1 il rlilne in Is. per Ib. Caudles I ose this week fiomioj fl U. Is. ,,er ID. Sydney provl.lon. c^Mt''^1™ ,'ed' i alan.pricelncnnseqnenceufourneijhlioursreqiiiina: 9 3JSWTrB±Se.ilj?ite,^:\^^'? 1 remedy for the evil t Pray use your 'luj.voin. w ? . ? ATa*niSM»|,. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 February 1836

flttin to CorrtfiponUmtS. 'J. 8. W.11— ?' Juror'—' Freib Meat''-ind 'B—' all upon tlie Itibjeetoftltehlgh dale of provision!, are omitted. The letter of' Cltlien' npou (ha same cubject, comprises thevlewaof Ilie wrllers. The publication of tlie ijntriet of onr several Correspondents, as (o 'bat good Ws Bicel leney Is about acrornpllsliini on this side, Is tiB.nectns.ry- Let Him unfold. It,

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TO HIS EXCELLENCY [?] George Arthur, &c., &c., &c., [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 February 1836

TO HIS EXCELLENCY -5o6trner Ctorgt Sr^jur, &c, iff.. &t,, Sib,— Ii Is nnt at all piobablf, that the general Jlsconlent ocrasioned by the enorraons price of provisions, lias escaped jour Eicptl.ncr's obfcer valiun, or, that even Ilie loud munimta ofdista. titfaciion (tsve tall. d lo reach yonrears, nolwilh standing the auppoted inipenetiau'el-ariiarlliat It bnill up beiween your Excellency and the complaints of the motile. lu all cases of nnli.mr, distress (your Kxerllrncy. riuiir will not he of frndrd with Hie gigantic leun.) arising from the in judicioun or vratttoii adrnlnietralipn iif ilje public affairs, lite suffiera aru uigpj io asrermin fnm ihc rilling atiihnrity, in uhoin they hove placed roiifidnice, Hie cauae of their niinery in lite firsi place, and iheit— the mean* bj wliirh il ran he nlli-viaCed, 1 dayr ihi- Itonor, jronr Excellency, to rank a chirm of the Colony— and mj heat t tell, me lint I i.mnn lume.l tilizr-u— I am ao assured by a moniioi that ranu...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 20 February 1836

A c .rreipondent enquires, and really it it a very natural enquiry— what the in habitants of Launcealon are to do the en luing niPteiy 4orjBoim»Wpod. We refer Wm for information upan the iub|ect tb ?i:. i?Trnilpncv. Colonel Georee Arthur : to the framer of the obn.ot.ious Impound' ing Act, which lias caused the price of butcher's meal to be raised from three, to tight pence per Ib. Well, indeed, may we alt ask, how we are to be fed when win ter comes* The consumption of this town ha« become considerable, and ex ceeds our resources. We have before n«, a statement of the number of sheep slaughtered by one butcher, (Sparrow) in the month of January, which will give soffls idea of it. The Inspector of Stock took an account of One Thousand and Seventeen sheep, killed by this butcher alone— there are four or five other butch er, in the town, who kill their own meat, although, we believe, not to tlia extent, e»ch of them, es Sparrow ; but allowing that tl;e gross, slaughter doub.le the qda...

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