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  2. To the Editor of the Cornwall Chronicle.

    SIR,—In looking over your paper of the 21 st inst., I observe in advertisement of the Van Diemen's Land Meat Company's wherein it is made to appear that the butchers of Launceston refuse to purchase meat, although of good quality, if fed in ...

    Article : 435 words

    Now listen ye Farmers and Graziers to me, Attend while I road you the Council's decree; And likewise yo Hawkers, ye Gardeners al-so, I'm clerk of the Market, says Billy Barlow. ...

    Article : 474 words
  4. To the Editor of the Cornwall Chronicle.

    SIR,—It is quite laughable to observe the Clerk of the market whisking along the streets, like a man of business, when a loaded cart appears in sight; his whole soul seems to be rivetted on the poor unfortunate driver, whom he bounces ...

    Article : 207 words
  5. To the Editor of the Cornwall Chronicle.

    Mr. Editor,—The subject and tone of the attorney-general's address to the jury on behalf of his client, Captain Hadden, at the late supreme court at Hobart Town, should, I think, form the ground-work of a complaint by the colonists ...

    Article : 371 words

    The good folks of Carrick having imbibed a mania for local snorts, a race meeting was determined on, to come off on suitable ground lent for the occasion by Mr. Thomas Symmonds. On Thursday and Friday therefore the races took ...

    Article : 334 words

    AN Inquest was held on Friday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at Mr. Johnson's "St. John's Tavern," Elizabeth-street, before W. Tarleton, Esq., Coroner, and a jury of seven, on view of the body of Edward Garvuston, late a house servant in the ...

    Article : 436 words
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    Advertising : 70 words
  9. LOCAL.

    A modern Pharisee!!!—A person rending at Longford, wishing to take a sitting in the Methodist Chapel there, sent by his servant, a polite note, to the person who has (or whom re supposed has) the letting of the pews, requesting him to ...

    Article : 1,805 words



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