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  2. THE SYDNEY HONTHLY OVERLAND MAIL.

    IT is plain, from the recently published dispatches, that the British Government will not be particularly active in carrying out the views of the New South Wales Legislature as to the establishment of steam ...

    Article : 5,953 words
  3. AUSTRALASIAN WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE.

    THIS body has just terminated its sittings in Yorkstreet church. Sydney, and we have been obligingly furnished by the General Secretary, of Missions with the following abstract of the proceedings. ...

    Article : 1,923 words
  4. POLITICAL SUMMARY.

    SINCE our last Summary per the Oncida, the parliamentary business has necessarily been limited. The principal questions which have occupied the Legislative Council have been the Bigamy Bill, which ...

    Article : 481 words
  5. PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS.

    IN the city of Sydney, we are happy to state that, notwithstanding so much has recently been done, there is still a decided tendency to go forward with public improvements of every kind-a spirit ...

    Article : 945 words
  6. THE COUNCIL.

    On Thursday, 27th January, considerable time was occupied by the Council with Mr. Johson's Bill, in reference to the Law of Evidence in Prosecutions for Bigamy. The amendment proposed ...

    Article : 1,048 words
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