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  2. THE REVENUE.

    The Revenue Accounts for the past year have just been published, and although there is an increase on the year of £24,000, the last quarter's account shows a decrease, as compared with the ...

    Article : 1,416 words
  3. HIGHLAND EMIGRANTS.

    SIR,—An intimation announced of the arrival in this port of three hundred and twelve distressed Highlanders, in a paper of the 22nd instant attracted my attention some days ago, ...

    Article : 366 words
  4. SHIP NEWS.

    We have now no less than ten steam boats plying the coast, and on the waters of Port Jackson—the James Wait, Sophia Jane, Tamar, William the Fourth (of London), the William ...

    Article : 97 words
  5. ACCIDENTS, OFFESTCES, &c.

    MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT.—On Friday afternoon Mr. Frederick Beilby was fishing in a boat which accidentally upset, and although he was an expert swimmer he was drowned before he could ...

    Article : 180 words
  6. SHIP MINERVA.

    SIR,—I beg you will be so kind as to publish the following list of cabin passengers per ship Minerva, for the satisfaction of individuals who may be expecting friends from Britain about this ...

    Article : 114 words
  7. Original Correspondence

    SIR,—It is quite amusing to notice the proceedings of the semi-defunct "Patriotic Association;" they have dared to threaten, if not absolutely to institute proceedings against defaulters ...

    Article : 173 words
  8. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE,

    We stated in our last that we possessed Cape papers to the middle of November; on looking closer through our file, we find that it extends to the 1st ...

    Article : 5,223 words
  9. RUNAWAY DEBTORS.

    SIR,—The continued practise of leaving, the Colony (or what is commonly termed bolting), to the great detriment of trade, and severe losses occasioned by it to parties engaged in business, ...

    Article : 277 words
  10. AMERICA.

    The late arrivals from England have put us in possession of American Papers to the beginning of August. There appears to have been a re-action in Canada ...

    Article : 1,493 words
  11. TREATISE ON SHEEP.

    SIR,—It has occurred to me, that a very essential service would be conferred on this Colony, if some competent person would take the trouble to compose and publish, in a compendious form ...

    Article : 562 words
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