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  2. SHIP NEWS.

    August 5,—RAVEN (brig) 170 tons, Wm. Bell, master, from Port Phillip, James Raven, agent.—86 bullocks, 400 sheep, J. Raven; 1 case drapery, R. Williams; 1 case merchandise, 1 hale do., 4 empty casks. J. E. Harvey; 6 [?] beef, 1 [?] mutton ...

    Article : 1,154 words
  3. CORNWALL CHRONICLE, COMMERCIAL, AGRICULTURAL AND NAVAL REGISTER. LAUNCESTON, VAN DIEMEN'S LAND: WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 9, 1848.

    THE arrival of the Tory at Hobart Town, with female prisoners [?] London on the 1st May, brings most important intelligence to this colony: the probation system is to be discontinued, and the service of Dr. ...

    Article : 1,519 words
  4. RUSSIA.

    The following manifesto of the Emperor Nicholas has been published at St. Petersburg, and received with the greatest enthusiasm:- " After the benefits of a long peace, the West of ...

    Article : 311 words
  5. MEETING FOR TRANSFER OF VICTUALLERS' LICENSES.

    On Monday last, August the 7th, the Fourth Quarterly Licensing meeting took place in the Court House. Besides the Police Magistrate, the Justices in attendance were J. G. Jennings, Esq, (in the chair,) and James ...

    Article : 304 words
  6. LICENSED HOUSES.

    THE sitting Justices, at the transfer meeting, on Monday, rather astonished some of the members of the trade. Out of 10 applications for transfers, their worships thought proper to decline granting 8 ...

    Article : 192 words
  7. POLICE.

    This case arose out of an assault committed by the defendant on the person of Mr. A. Peregalli. From the evidence adduced, it appeared that on the evening of Monday the 31st of july, the prosecutor and the defendant had been ...

    Article : 375 words
  8. LOMBARDY.

    By the arrival of news from Turin of the 31st March, accounts have been received of an encounter near [?], on the [?] between a strong body of the Austrian army and the Sardinian ...

    Article : 307 words
  9. LAND REGULATIONS.

    We insert in our back page, once more, recent regulations for the sale and renting of crown lands. It it not at all improbable that a new set of regulations will be issued before long. The objections ...

    Article : 162 words
  10. EUROPEAN EXTRACTS.

    Whatever may be the ultimate effect of the new bill introduced into the House of Commons on Friday night, certain it is that so far, its provisions are regarded with the almost indifference by the ...

    Article : 588 words
  11. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    SIR,-Some months since, Mr. Boyd published a letter to Sir Wm. Denison, on the labour market of New South Wales, recommending that the 1000 Ticket-of-Leave holders in Van Diamen's Land, who could not obtain continual ...

    Article : 712 words
  12. PAPAL STATES.

    Letters from Rome, of March 28th, state that the most perfect tranquillity prevailed since the departure of the troops and volunteers for the frontiers. The civic guards occupied all the military posts. A ...

    Article : 75 words
  13. AUSTRIA.

    We have received by electric telegraph from Dover this morning, a despatch, by which we have news from Milan to the 30th. The King of [?] occupied Lodi with 8000 men, and was to be followed ...

    Article : 491 words
  14. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

    WOOL EXPORTS.—In our publication of Friday last appeared a tabular recapitulation of the exports of wool for the seasons ending 1847 and 1848, and on reference to WESTGARTH'S statistical Reports, we find that within the last three years our expert of ...

    Article : 412 words
  15. THE NORTH OF EUROPE.

    THE Queen steamer has arrived from Hamburgh, which port she left on the 1st instant. The news from Denmark gives hope of peace. A deputation had proceeded from Copenhagen to A private letter says, "Trade and navigation will not to be disturbed if the commercial portion of the Danish proposal be reasonably successful." At Berlin war with Russia was accounted certain ...

    Article : 110 words
  16. To the Editor of the Cornwall Chronicle.

    SIR.—A long time back, there was a great talk about forming a Fire Brigade in this town, and if we consider the number of buildings there are composed of wood, we should and it very large, and the danger they are liable to by being destroyed by ...

    Article : 210 words
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