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  2. A BOWL OF MELBOURNE PUNCH.

    In 1836 Captain Lonsdale was appointed by the Sydney Governor, Sir Richard Bourke, to conduct the new branch establishment at Port Phillip, and was sent round in the Ra[?]snake, ...

    Article : 2,376 words
  3. THE COLONIAL OFFICE AND THE COLONIES.

    The Colonial Office has during the course of this year, revised the Rules and Regulations of the Colonial Service of the British Crown. This revision was urgently required, seeing ...

    Article : 1,630 words
  4. COLONEL TULLOCH'S REVIEW OF THE "CHELSEA" REPORT."

    The Volume of Colonel Tulloch is now before us, and we at once invite the attention of every Englishman to its exposure of the illusory inquiry at Chelsea. The roport of the ...

    Article : 3,467 words
  5. THE DOMESTIC TROUBLE.

    The old and ever lasting trouble, the [?]ty about domestic service, seem to[?] [?]ly on the mind of society just now. London to Sydney on the one hand, [?] ...

    Article : 1,412 words
  6. PRUSSIA AND NEUCHATEL.

    It is fully believed in Berlin that the King of Prussia, now he has got his partisans out of the bear's grip, has not the smallest intention of keeping his part of the implied ...

    Article : 1,611 words
  7. A GREAT PRESERVE OPENED.

    The committee appointed on the motion of the Colonial Secretary on the 5th of February will have a large task before them. They are instructed to inquire into the condition of the ...

    Article : 882 words
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