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  2. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

    From Port Stephens, on Monday last, the cutler Lambton. DEPARTURES. For Newcastle, on Monday last, the steam-packet ...

    Article : 200 words
  3. SYDNEY RACES.

    Yesterday the first races were run on the new course, and a finer day's sport has not been witnessed for some time. The ground was covered with vehicles of all descriptions at an early hour, ...

    Article : 1,696 words
  4. DIARY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 154 words
  5. POLICE INCIDENTS.

    MONDAY.—Morris Lenard appeared before the Bench to answer a complaint preferred against him by Mr. Angus Brown Mackay. It came out in evidence, that on Sunday evening, as Mr. Mackay ...

    Article : 917 words
  6. Launceston News.

    The Cygnet, Captain John Rolls, from Loudon, had arrived at Swan River, with sixteen cabin, and twenty-one steerage passengers. Her cargo consisted of provisions and merchandize.—Independent. ...

    Article : 695 words
  7. Weekly Meteorological Table.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 141 words
  8. ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    GENTLEMEN,—Having observed in your Newspaper of the 15th instant, a Paragraph, stating that the Edward Lombe had gone on shore, we beg to inform you such was not the case, (and also enclose ...

    Article : 137 words
  9. Notice to Correspondents.

    The following addition to the Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts came too late to he inserted in the Advertisement:—"When all Persons friendly to the objects of the Institution are invited to ...

    Article : 37 words
  10. The Sydney Herald.

    It having been asserted in the Sydney Monitor, of the 6th March, 1833, and repeated in several subsequent numbers of that Newspaper, that Judge DOWLING had received from Governor Darling three ...

    Article : 988 words
  11. To the Editor of the Sydney Herald.

    GENTLEMEN,—It has been for some time past my endeavour to find out what flags would be made use of if a vessel were to arrive here from Batavia. I merely throw this out as a hint to the ...

    Article : 178 words
  12. NUISANCE. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald.

    GENTLEMEN,—A great nuisance exists on the side of the South Head-road, a short distance from Mr Keiths residence, from the deposit of filth, offal, and every other kind of offensive matter. So ...

    Article : 160 words
  13. To the Editors of the Sydney Herald.

    GENTLEMEN,—I perceive a long controversy has been going on, in the Times newspaper, respecting the merits of the Church and School Corporation in this Country, and respecting also, the ...

    Article : 424 words
  14. English Extracts.

    Hundreds of admirers of Lord Byron will lose one half of their sentimentalism in his favor, when they read in the Countess of Blessington's Journal, "that he wore a nankeen jacket and green spectacles. ...

    Article : 499 words
  15. DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

    We insert for the information of the Public, an Abstract of all the Public Sales which will take place from this day's to our next publication. THIS DAY. ...

    Article : 71 words
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