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  3. DEAF AND DUMB.

    SIR,—It afforded me much pleasure to perceive that an attempt was being made to form an establishment for the education of these poor afflicted beings, by observing on my way through the town some days ago ...

    Article : 428 words
  4. THE SQUATTERS.

    SIR,—In your issue of the 29th August last, I perceive some comments of yours on squatters and squatting, which (though very characteristic of the liberal notions of the day) are still, I think, too much at variance with ...

    Article : 753 words
  5. THE MOUNTED PATROL.

    SIR,—An official communication from the Inspector-General of Police, dated September 24th, 1857, states that the Government has determined "not to require from the Legislative Assembly any vote on account of ...

    Article : 1,662 words
  6. THE FIVE SHILLING UPSET IMPRACTICABLE.

    SIR,—The declared object of the present Ministry, in proposing five shillings per acre as the upset price of waste lands, is the improvement of the revenue. Of course, at the present moment, the whole of the ...

    Article : 1,029 words
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