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  3. ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE.

    The Great Wedern arrival at [?] Monday night, and brought New York papers to the 18th of August. The whole nation appears to be in a [?] with reference to the approaching ...

    Article : 1,820 words
  4. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

    From Tegg's Pocket Almanack we gather the following particulars:— ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT.—The Ordnance Department, in Sydney, consists of one Lie[?]tenant ...

    Article : 3,580 words
  5. NEWS FROM THE [?] From our [?] Correspondents. GOULBURN.

    CAPTURE OF JACKY JACKY.—SECOND AcCOUNT.—Westwood [?] Jacky Jacky, alias the Gentlemen [?], was yesterday (Jan. 17.) brought into Goulburn, a prisoner, escorted by ...

    Article : 529 words
  6. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS.

    From New Zealand yesterday, having left Port Nicholson the 6th inst., the barque Magnet, Captain Bruce, with pork, &c., From the Whale Fisheries, same day, having ...

    Article : 81 words
  7. SHIP NEWS.

    NEW ZEALAND.—The Blen[?], Captain Gray, from G[?]eenock, 125 days, arrived at Port Nichol[?] on the 27th December, with emigrants. The Triton, missionary schooner, arrived at Kafia, ...

    Article : 54 words
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  9. TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    British Colony of New Zealand is inadmissub'e. A Traveller will [?] what use we have made of his very val[?]able communication. ...

    Article : 24 words
  10. The Sydney Herald, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED [?] CO[?]ONIST.

    MR. JONES LLOYD, the London Banker, in one of his instructive pamphlets on the Currency, has accurately described—in words that, unfortunately for the reader, we ...

    Article : 1,174 words
  11. APPIN.

    BUSHRANGING.—During some days past four or five men, have been observed bustling about the banks of the river. Last night (January 18th), six men, completely armed, ...

    Article : 230 words
  12. NEW ZEALAND—REPORT OF LORD ELIOT'S COMMITTEE.

    THIS important document which has just reached us, will be read with no ordinary interest, were it no more than for the evidence it furnishes of the greater attention ...

    Article : 2,004 words
  13. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    SIR,—In your journal of the 2nd instant there was an ably written article on Bushranging, and the most effective means of putting it down. As you notified your intention of pursuing the ...

    Article : 984 words
  14. CHINA.

    WE received, through the kindness of a gentleman, the Canton Register, of September 15th, but it contains little news of importance, and is chiefly filled up with ...

    Article : 100 words
  15. THE PROTECTORATE OF THE ABORIGINES.

    OUR brethren in Van Diemen's Land are of the same opinion with every rational person, respecting the in[?]tility of the Protectorate. We are informed, on the best ...

    Article : 351 words
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