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  2. WHICH WINS?

    "How like a new existence to his heart That living flower uprose beneath his eye." AT the close of that week I and Grandy took possession of our new home. How proud was I to be ...

    Article : 4,782 words
  3. COUNTRY WORKS.

    The Estimates for 1862, which were last week laid on the table of the Assembly, show that a considerable increase is proposed to be made by the Government next year in the expenditure of each of the division of the department of ...

    Article : 1,284 words
  4. THE TITLE OF GOVERNOR-GENERAL.

    Despatch from the Secretary of State, with reference to the Address to her Majesty, passed by the Legislative Assembly, on the 8th May, 1861, respecting the title of Governor-General. ...

    Article : 276 words
  5. SALARY OF THE SPEAKER.

    Correspondence in reference to the salary attaching to the office of Speaker of the Legislative Assembly. Sydney, September 7, 1861. Sir,—The disadvantageous position in which I am placed, as ...

    Article : 910 words
  6. RAILWAYS.

    The Pitt-street tramway had just been commenced at the date of our last summary; the work has since been carried on with considerable vigour. Ground has been broken at three places—at the intersections of Bathurst and ...

    Article : 2,808 words
  7. OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE.

    THE following despatches have been laid upon the table of the Legislative Assembly, by Mr. Cowper. MESSRS. PARKES AND DALLEY. Communication received from the New South Wales ...

    Article : 1,272 words
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