SINCE the occurrence of this tragical event in the York district, the particulars of which were given a few weeks back, every effort has been made by the Government Resident at York, H. Bland, Esq., to ...Article : 594 words
John Coker was bailed for trial at the next Quarter Sessions on a charge of stealing two blankets[?] the property of Mr. R. A. Partridge. Joseph Surim, a man of colour, a domestic ...Article : 110 words
A correspondence has been published between Colonel Torrens and Mr. Stephen, the Under Secretary of the Colonies, on the evils likely to accrue to South Australia, in consequence of the proximity ...Article : 411 words
SIR,—Having observed in your late paper a most interesting letter on the Zante Currant from my friend Marshall MacDermott, in referring to one or two passages there, I feel called upon to state that ...Article : 308 words
THE BLACK ASSOCIATION.—The following dialogue between His Excellency Sir George Gipps and a wealthy grazier (who waited on him for the purpose of requesting that some measures might be ...Article : 1,223 words
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