YES, " Crinoline" is my text. But you needn't begin to giggle, Mr. Snapchicken, or turn up the corners of your mouth, and elevate your nose and eyebrows, like a wily old fox watching the descent of a ...Article : 3,605 words
SIR,—Under the above heading you have given Presbyteri[?]ns, throughout the colony, an account of the decision of the Presbytery of Irvine, in Scotland, in the matter of Dr. Lang's late prosecution against it. As the bearing of ...Article : 6,523 words
SIR,—The necessity being admitted of increasing the revenue, owing to the apparent impossibility of carrying on the Government of the country with the present income, it appears to me very questionable, whether the ...Article : 638 words
SIR,—As the letter published in your issue of this day, under the signature of " An English Colonist," may occasion some alarm in the minds of parents whose children attend National schools, I beg permission to make known, ...Article : 391 words
SIR,—I suppose you have no objection to your essays being answered. If not, and you think this worth, perhaps you will insert it. I read an article on the great bugbear of the male ...Article : 502 words
SIR,—In your valuable journal of the 31st ultimo, I was surprised to read of a man—William Walker, by name,— being fined £3 and costs for taking into his house, feeding,' and lodging the crew of the ship Medway the evening of ...Article : 160 words
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