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    From London via Port Phillip, on Saturday last, having left the former port the 26th July, and the latter the 9th instant, the ship William Metealf. Captain Phillipson, with merchandisc. ...

    Article : 302 words

    SIR.—I am very much of the same way of thinking as your correspondent "A Proprietor," in his remarks about the New Bank. SELF INTEREST is the great actuating motive in this, as in all ...

    Article : 813 words
  4. DIARY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 116 words

    SIR,—There is an old saying, "Better late than never." I am somewhat late'; but, notwithstanding, you will, perhaps, indulge me with space for a few lines. There was, a few nights ago, a public meeting ...

    Article : 461 words
  6. The Sydney Herald.

    We look through the English papers for news. What does the word news mean? Why, it means that which is new to the hearer—that which he has not heard ...

    Article : 1,509 words

    We have been requested by Mr. Gordon to publish the following account or the examination of the pupils of the Normal Institution, which appeared in the Australian of Thursday last. ...

    Article : 1,842 words

    Pending an inquest held in the above prison on Friday last, Mr. Wakley, M. P., looking out of the inquest-room window and perceiving a number of female prisoners in their blue dresses at work in their ...

    Article : 2,067 words

    SIR.—The conduct of one Bank ought to be the guide of another. The New Bank has examples of banking not only in New South Wales but in Van Dieman's Laud. Let me state what I ...

    Article : 417 words

    One of the professed objects in the appointment of Land Commissioners was to improve the morals of the people in the interior, who are well understood not to ...

    Article : 996 words
  11. SHIP NEWS.

    Great fears are entertained for the safety of th[?] brig Britannia, Captain Morgan, which left Port Phillip the 9th ultimo, for Sydney, with the following passenger—Mr. Commissary Bowerman, ...

    Article : 690 words
  12. To the Editor of the Sydney Herald.

    SIR,—I have been told by a person who reads the newspapers that they propose putting a tax upon the settlers who have convict servants in their employment; and, if this is true, I wish, Mr. Editor, you ...

    Article : 255 words
  13. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 21 words
  14. Advertising

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    Advertising : 70 words
  15. To the Editor of the Sudney Herald.

    SIR,—There is an aiticle in the Herald of this day—headed "Convict Discipline,"—wherein you assert that "on Sunday last, a small vessel left Sydney, for S[?]oalhaven, with several Conviets on board ...

    Article : 118 words



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