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    IN [?]dance with a requisition to Robert Fit[?]rald, Eequire, Warden, signed bv a number of the leading inhabitants of the district, and Mr. Fitzgerald's reply therete, as published recently in the dail[?] journals,—a public meeting of the inhabitants of this ...

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  3. (From a Correspondent.)

    WELLINGTON, January 29.—The numerous requests made to me by parties fallen in with along my line of road into the Wairarapa districts to enlighten their friends as to the state of things up the couutry, as well as the possible utility to the colonists at large to ...

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  4. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—Ever allve as you are to the public weal, and open so liberally as are your columns even to the humblest complaint, I beg. in the name of the householders gensraily in Kent-street South, bstween Market and Bathurst streets, in this city. to state that ...

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    SIR—A letter signed "A Canterbury Proprietor" appeared in your issue or Tuesday last. Who the writer is, I know not; but whoever he may be, he ought to have paid more regard to truth. In stating the distance from the village of the intended ...

    Article : 354 words
  6. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—A small but somewhat violent tirade has just been put into my hands, entitled "A brief statement of facts in connection with an Overland Expedition from Lake George to Port Phillip, in 1824, by Hamilton Hume, edited by the Rev. William Ross, ...

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    SOTALA, FEBRUARY 15—As we shall be called upon to subso[?] our quota towards the Patriotic Fund, I think we should not lo[?] sight of the double benefit we might confer upon the Widows and Orphans of our brave soldiers and sailers who have follen in the ...

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    ACCORDING to advertisement, a public meeting waa hold at the Court House, on Thursday, for the purpose of adopting steps in aid of the Patriotic Fund, and judging by its results, and the spirit manifested on the occasion, it was about the most successful ...

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    [?] compliance with the request of numerous subseribers, we have collected together the notices that have appeared in the journals of the other provinces relating to the recent earthquakes, reprinting the observations published at the time in this journal. To these ...

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    WHEN Woman first, from Heaven above, Was sent to worry, teaze, and love, That nobler animal called Man,— 'Twas thus the sex's charter ran; ...

    Article : 304 words
  11. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—I am induced to offer the following remarks with reference to an article in the Empire, on Monday last, upon the quarrel which hus recently occurred between Mr. Alexander Campbell and Mr. Robert Campbell, because I feel assured that you will not ...

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  12. (From the Spectator, Jaunary 25.)

    On Tuesday night the town of Wellington suffered from the calamitous visitation of an earthquake, as severe and as destructive in its effects, as those which previously occurred in the year 1848. During the day there had been a strong wind from the ...

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    WE have hitherto fonnd considerable difficulty in giving the fishious for waiging dressce at a moment when nobody in Paris thinks of anything but ball and evening dresses for the season, which is just about to open. At a later period, in the spring, ...

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  14. To the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    SIR,—As I am aware you are always ready to take up any subject in which the public is generally [?]d, I need only claim space for the following fow remarks in your widely circulated journal. ...

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    SIR,—I have for a long time looked in your paper for some report of the doings of the Louisa; but suppose your "own correspondent," like myself, must have left this part of the country. Rumours of well-doing there have, however, reached me during many ...

    Article : 511 words



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