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  2. COUNCIL PAPERS. DRY DOCK AND COCKATOO ISLAND.

    The Select Committee of the Legislative Council, appointed on the 9th of July last, to enquire into the progress made in the construction of the dry dock at Cock too Island, and ...

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  3. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    GENTLEMEN,—A letter appeared in your paper a few days ago signed a "Disappointed Young Man," and in to-day's issue appears an answer, signed "Justitia." Now with respect to the ...

    Article : 228 words
  4. THE NORTHERN GOLD FIELDS.

    ARMIDALE, DECEMBER 2.—For the last fortnight accounts have been very contradictory, some parties leaving, and others going. I have visited the scene of work, and am quite ...

    Article : 601 words
  5. SYDNEY UNIVERSITY.

    GENTLEMEN,—The letter of the Provost of the Sydney University to Sir Charles Nicholson, published in your issue of Friday last, is calculated, and seems to have been designed, to ...

    Article : 780 words
  6. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    GENTLEMEN,—In this day's issue observe a letter signed "Architect," touching the proposed design for the new Exchange. I agree with Architect that the time given is much ...

    Article : 160 words
  7. ENGLISH EXTRACTS.

    THERE is an extraordinary feuilleton in the Presse of Wednesday. M. Alexandre Dumas is publishing his memoirs in that journal, and some very curious things we find in them from ...

    Article : 2,635 words
  8. APPENDIX TO THE REPORT FROM THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE DRY DOCK AND COCKATOO ISLAND.

    Principal Superintendent of Convicts Office, Sydney, 30th November, 1852. SIR,—In compliance with the request contained in your letter of yesterday's date, I have ...

    Article : 583 words
  9. PARRAMATTA.

    SALE OF THE TOLLS.—The Road Trust Committee of this year preferred letting the tolls by tender, instead of by public competition at auction, for the purpose, we are informed, of ...

    Article : 186 words
  10. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    GENTLEMEN,—I have hitherto deferred rendering a statement of explanation of the circumstance in which I, in connection with Thomas Hall and William L. Ludford, had ...

    Article : 412 words
  11. NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR. OPHIR.

    DECEMBER 6.—Prospecting parties are continually arriving at our diggings on the Summerhill Creek: but few remain, not being satisfied with the exhibition at the bottom of ...

    Article : 1,167 words
  12. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    GENTLEMEN,—Indebted to your journal for the discussion which has been opened upon the University question, may I beg a further space for a petition to the Legislative Council, ...

    Article : 973 words
  13. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    GENTLEMEN,—In your report of the Legislative Council proceedings in the Sydney Morning Herald of the 3rd instant, Mr. Charles Cowper is made to say that the money voted ...

    Article : 908 words
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  15. THE QUARANTINE LAWS.

    GENTLEMEN,—There is much to recommend the discussion of a subject in itself obscure, and unhappily mystified by a diversity of opinions. Towards a better understanding of ...

    Article : 400 words
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