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  2. TWELFTH-NIGHT," OR WHAT, YOU WILL.

    "MAMMA," said my little pet, Ada Flowers, looking up with that serious face which children always wear when about to ask some difficult question, "Mamma, isn't it a pity that ...

    Article : 1,982 words
  3. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR.—Having noticed a paragraph and letter on the subject of early closing some few days back in the columns of the Sydney Morning Herald, I deem it proper to raise my voice in favour of the movement. ...

    Article : 642 words
  4. THE NEW LAND BILL AND THE MERCANTILE SYSTEM OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

    SIR.—In reviewing the past season of eighteen hundred and sixty, it must occur, to the mind of any one how much this colony has retrograded under the then presiding Administration. But if the colony was then ...

    Article : 796 words
  5. PUBLIC STANDS FOR VEHICLES ON [?].

    SIR,—An Englishman, above all other men on earth has gained the merit of being, in the eyes of the world, the type of order, patience and forbearance, for the reason that the laws under which he lives are so ...

    Article : 1,075 words
  6. THE MEGAETHON, OR STEAM TRACTION ENGINE.

    SIR.—Your readers were aware, some days ago, of the fact of the [?] having reached Goulburn; but, in the present aspect of the road question in this colony, I have thought that a few particulars ...

    Article : 2,758 words
  7. TO THE SECRETARY OF THE STEAM NAVIGATION BOARD.

    DEAR SIR,—There appeared in the public, journals a few days since, a list with your signature, shewing the different steamers of this port, and the number of passengers "within the heads," and ...

    Article : 1,265 words
  8. SHARKS IN THE PUBLIC BATHS.

    SIR,—The question whether one of those formidable sea-lawyers above mentioned has found his way into the baths used by the public in this our goodly city, is one of such real importance to the hundreds, or ...

    Article : 941 words
  9. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR,—As a loyal subject of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, may I request the favour to know why the national anthem, "God Save the Queen," was not played by the Band at the Parade on Saturday last, ...

    Article : 54 words
  10. To the Editor of the Herald.

    SIR.—Knowing your willingness to expose every abuse of power, particularly when a poor man is oppressed, I make no apology for addressing you. Being in want of work, I went into the country to ...

    Article : 259 words
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