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  2. THE MADMAN AT LARGE.

    AT one of the new "rushes" after golden facts and brilliant fancies for which our trusty and well-beloved sister VICTORIA is justly celebrated—the Fldorado in this instance being ...

    Article : 2,760 words
  3. A VOICE FROM THE COUNTRY.

    THE aborigines freely admit their belief in evil [?]its—-and the existence of souls after [?]th. Thus, at bist, they belived the white skinned races to the the dead, alive again, and celled some by their ...

    Article : 3,871 words
  4. MADAGASCAR

    SIR,—The following intelligence respecting the late revelution in Madagascar, and its effects on the prospects of our missions their, may be interesting to your readers. I have received it from my brother-in-law, the Rev. W. B. ...

    Article : 1,149 words
  5. MURRAY RIVER COD.

    SIR,—Your Goulburn correspondent Mr. N. C. Phillips willes on the assumption that the rivers mentioned, [?]ents of the Nepean, have been successfully stocked with Murray River cod, and forthwith proceeds in ...

    Article : 730 words
  6. PUNT AT RYDE.

    SIR,—Having taken an notive part in the movement for bridging the Parramatta River, and being purhaps more a[?] fait than most people, I shall feel obliged if you will allow me, through your columns, to explain to the ...

    Article : 556 words
  7. LOCAL MAGISTRATES.

    SIR,—A few months ago you did me the honour to publish some remarks relative to the great want of stipendiary magistrates throughout the colony, and this populous district in particular. Listening to some rather ...

    Article : 514 words
  8. BRIDGE ACROSS THE PARRAMATTA RIVER.

    SIR,—Allow me to suggest to the members of the Assembly the propriety of devoting the £2009 that Mr. Shepherd demands as the expenditure for the purpose of having punts in the places where it is proposed bridges should be erected. ...

    Article : 172 words
  9. THE RIGHTS OF THE SOUTH.

    SIR,—I am inclined te agree with your correspondent, "A Briton," that the people at the Cape of Good Hope were not justified in the warmth of their reception of the Alabama, but they were guilty of nothing more than a breach ...

    Article : 676 words
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