It is a positive disgrace to our many wealthy and respectable settlers that there is not a society of this description in Sydney. The objects, importance, and ...Article : 2,037 words
We suspect that the colonail minister is, by this time, at his wits-end. We do not say this by way of disparaging his capacy for business. Quite the contrary. A minister like Glenelg may be rocked to ...Article : 1,995 words
Of Mr. Burke's genius as a writer and an orator, we have on a former occasion spoken at great, though not needless length; and it would not have been necessary again to take up the subject, but for a ...Article : 2,223 words
Mr. O'connell is noted for bold speeches; and maintains his character in an address "To the people of England," prefixed to a pamphlet containing a report of proceedings at a Roman Catholic meeting ...Article : 1,293 words
We admire the ladies because of their beauty— respect them because of their virtue—adore them because of their intelligence—and love them because we can't help it. ...Article : 1,751 words
SIR,—Perceiving that you seem to take a general interest in the welfare of all parts of this Colony, I am induced to think that you will not deem it impertinence my offering a few remarks on the state of ...Article : 855 words
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