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    DECEMBER 1.—Yesterday evening, a public meeting of the members and friends of the Mechanics' Institute was held at the Court house, "for the purpose of devising means for the erection of a suitable building on ...

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  4. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—Although I do not think a newspaper the best medium for discussing matters of a professional nature, yet I must appeal to your courtesy and sense of justice to give insertion to a few remarks on a letter in your ...

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    SIR,—As the subject of railway communication throughout the colony is, at the present time, engaging so much of the public attention, a few remarks on such an important subject, from one who was ...

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    The Select Committee of the Legislative Council, appointed on the 19th July, 1854, "To consider and report upon" the above-named Bill, to whom was referred on the same day the "Common Lodging ...

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    SHOULD the war continue to be carried on, in conformity with the principles by which it has hitherto been regulated, the present generation will bequeath it as a legacy to the next. The allies set about every ...

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    SIR,—Will you kindly allow me the use of your columns "while I briefly draw the attention of the owners of steam vessels, and of the directors of the several steam companies to the desirableness of ...

    Article : 622 words
  9. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—As on several late occasions you have made favorable mention in your paper of the "First New South Wales Volunteer Rifles," I take the liberty of troubling you with a few remarks relative to the ...

    Article : 581 words
  10. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—A poor, but industrious and sober man, a tenant of mine, by name Geoffrey Herton, met with an accident lait week, which terminated fatally, owing to his horse having taken fright. The horse was a vicious ...

    Article : 283 words
  11. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—It having come to my knowledge that certain words used by me in my letter of the 29 th ultimo, and which appeared in the Herald of the 1st instant, concerning the case of M[?]ss Dean, have given offence ...

    Article : 174 words
  12. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR—Can you inform me what use it is passing an "Enclosed Lands Protection Bill" when those intolerable nuisances, the goats, are allowed still to roam at large in Hyde Park? In passing through the Park ...

    Article : 111 words
  13. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR.—A grievous clerical error having unaccountably occurred in the printing of my communication to your journal, of the 2nd instant, respecting the late Miss Dean's accident, I must beg of you in common ...

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