My Lord,—I do myself the honor to enclose a copy of a notice, containing the regulations which, with the advice of my Executive Council, I have established for the purpose of ...Article : 919 words
Sir,—I have the honor to enclose, for your information and guidance, copies of a report from the Commissioners of Emigration, and of a reply returned to it by my direction, from ...Article : 138 words
GENTLEMEN,—You and Disco are doubtless entitled to the thanks of every Wesleyan teacher for bringing under the notice of the Legislature and the public the unequal ...Article : 556 words
Sir,—We are anxious to bring under Lord Grey's notice a difficulty by which we have found ourselves frequently embarrassed in the appointment of surgeons to emigrant ships ...Article : 466 words
THE Government have lately annexed that populous agricultural locality called Nelson's Plains to the Police District of Raymond Terrace, from which it is separated by the River ...Article : 317 words
JULY 24.—ROBBERIES.—Since our last communication from this place several robberies have taken place both in town and neighbourhood: about a fortnight ago an entrance was effected into ...Article : 1,546 words
GENTLEMEN,—Will you or any of your numerous readers please to enlighten me on the following circumstance. A complaint was preferred by a settler, at a Court of Petty ...Article : 380 words
SIR,—I herewith transmit for your information, the copy of a report, which, in consequence of some suggestions recently received from the colony under your Government, has ...Article : 129 words
GENTLEMEN,—A period of more than three months has now elapsed since a coroner's jury returned a verdict of wilful murder against Mary Anne Clarkson, at the inquest on the ...Article : 853 words
POLICE COURT.—Before James Ascough, Esq., J.P. On Saturday last, John Stewart, residing at the Kurrajong, appeared on warrant, at the instance of Mr. William Alsop, for ...Article : 697 words
GENTLEMEN,—I have the pleasure to submit for your opinion a plan for a Family Colonization Loan Society, and the rules of which I hope will be sufficiently explicit not to need ...Article : 942 words
Sir,—1. As the propriety of employing Naval Surgeons in the emigrant ships despatched by this Board, which has been repeatedly under Lord Grey's consideration, has lately been ...Article : 821 words
GENTLEMEN, In your journal of Saturday last appeared a letter bearing the signature of M. C. S., which clearly reveals the writer, who endeavours to show that the colony is not and ...Article : 887 words
Sir,—I have received your despatch, No. 65, of the 27th April last, in which you suggest that the surgeons of Australian emigrant ships should receive the same power to ...Article : 215 words
Sir,—I have the honour to acknowledge your despatch No. 64, of the 27th April last, accompanied by the minutes of the Executive Council, and a letter from the Immigration Agent ...Article : 362 words
In our last communication we briefly adverted to several improvements that had recently taken place in this district, such as the building of churches, the erection of steam mills, ...Article : 465 words
Sir,—We have to acknowledge your letter of the 29th ultimo, enclosing the copy of a despatch from New South Wales, accompanied by the Minutes of the Executive Council and a ...Article : 683 words
GENTLEMEN,—Should you consider the following observations worthy of a place in your paper I submit them for insertion. They have suggested themselves to me in consequence of ...Article : 347 words
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