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  2. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

    DECEMBER 26.—Bee, bring, 134 tons, Captain Unthank, from Port Nicholson the 8th, and Kaffia the 12th December. Passengers—Mr. Chapman, Mr. Duke, Mr. Haynes. Mrs. Grant, ...

    Article : 44 words
  3. DEPARTURES.—NONE.

    December 25.—Resolution, 49, M'Veigh, from the Richmond, with 1900 feet codar; Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, Stericker, from Morpheth, with 14 casks tallow, 65 bales wool, 32 bags ...

    Article : 187 words
  4. NEWS FROM THE INTERIOR.

    A MEETING of the District Council was held on Tuesday last, at twelve o'clock. Present; the Warden, Dr. Anderson, and Messrs. Pye and Houison. ...

    Article : 298 words
  5. ST. MARY'S BELLS.

    GENTLEMEN,—Having observed in your paper of yesterday, a letter signed "Pax," concerning St. Mary's bells, I beg leave to state, on the part of the ringers, that they deny every ...

    Article : 210 words
  6. COASTERS OUTWARDS.

    December 26.—Sampson, 30, Milne, for the Lochend Mines, in ballast; Lucy Ann, 37, Sheridan, for Newcastle in ballast; Sophia Jane, steamer, 156, [?] for Morpeth, with ...

    Article : 492 words
  7. ENGLISH EXTRACTS.

    THE adjournment of Congress, and the withdrawal of the excitement and temper which usually attend its sessions from the seat of Government, enables one the better to draw a ...

    Article : 3,166 words
  8. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    GENTLEMEN.—Your quotation of Mr. Boyd's speech in Committee is judicious; though I differ from Mr. Boyd in the conclusions he drew, I admit the importance of the facts he ...

    Article : 2,088 words
  9. BATHURST COURT OF QUARTER

    William Middleton, yesterday found guilty of cattle stealing, and remanded, was this day brought up for sentence, which was, that he should be transported for fifteen years. There ...

    Article : 1,786 words
  10. SYDNEY v. PARRAMATTA.

    GENTLEMEN,—Can you inform me how it is that so many facilities are afforded to the residentes of Parramatta and neighbourhood, to break their fast, and spend the day with their friends at ...

    Article : 568 words
  11. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

    NEW CHURCH.—The ceremony of laying the foundation stone of a new church at O'Counell Town, on the New Town Road, took place yesterday morning in the presence of a large ...

    Article : 3,074 words
  12. DIARY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 37 words
  13. Advertising

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    Advertising : 176 words
  14. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    GENTLEMEN,—In the Morning Chronicle of the 25th instant, appeared a letter signed M. D'Arey, in which language of the [?] description is made use of towards you for giving ...

    Article : 574 words
  15. The Sydney Morning Herald.

    The COLONIAL SECRETARY gave notice of his intention to move, to-morrow, that the Governor's Message on the Appropriation Bill, having in conformity with the 39th section of ...

    Article : 1,309 words
  16. To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald.

    GENTLEMEN,—I perceive by the Herald of this morning that the Court of Requests question, for some time past under the consideration of a Select Committee of the Legislative Council, ...

    Article : 225 words
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