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  2. TO SOME OF THE PEOPLE OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

    MY FRIENDS,—Because the Government do not immediately and illegally make fresh laws, does that justify you using means of intimidation to make them do so? ...

    Article : 701 words
  3. RE-ORGANISE THE RURAL CONSTABULARY OF THIS COLONY.

    SIR,—I presume that, from the present existing state of affairs at the Lambing Flat diggings, the Government will now see the great necessity that exists for them at once to re-organise the rural ...

    Article : 466 words
  4. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR,—As I am living in the country, I had not an early opportunity of seeing a letter in your journal of the 24th, in which "Amateur" takes upon himself to throw out hints upon the last oars-race. ...

    Article : 444 words
  5. THE ROYAL LTTERARY FUND DINNER.

    It is a very rare thing for a foreigner to preside at a public dinner in England, and distinguish himself by his after-dinner speeches. We do not call to mind anysimilar case of the kind. The feat has now been ...

    Article : 2,674 words
  6. THE MAY MEETINGS.

    BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY.—The fiftyseventh anniversary meeting of this society was held on Wednesday, the 1st, at Exeter-hall, and was very numerously attended. The chair was token at eleven o'clock by ...

    Article : 7,751 words
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