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    It was our intention to have left the Addresses and Petitions, voted at the last Public Meeting, to the care of those who had prepared them, contenting ...

    Article : 7,227 words
  3. Mr. Gregson & Mr. Gellibrand.

    "Truth, give it fair play, will always triumph over falsehood; pit them against one another, giving them both the free scope of the Press, and there is no fear but the former ...

    Article : 1,362 words
  4. Survey Department.

    Remarks on the Letter to the Editor of the Courier, in his last number, praising the Survey Department, as at present conducted:—"Having determined upon taking a town ...

    Article : 556 words
  5. To the Editor of the Colonist.

    SIR,—Some time since, a mare with three of my colts were impounded by a person, for grazing upon his farm, at the Cross Marsh.—They were sent to Mr. ASHTON'S pound, and ...

    Article : 280 words
  6. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST.

    SIR,—To shew the working of the Supreme Court in distressing the People, the following fa[?] may be relied on:—A bill under forty poun[?] was placed in the lands of one of the Attorneys ...

    Article : 173 words
  7. Original Correspondence.

    SIR,—Dean Swift has said, the man who makes two blades of grass grow where only one had appeared, is a benefactor to his country. How much more is he deserving of general ...

    Article : 458 words
  8. Reynolds the Spy.

    The Tasmanian of last week has an editorial not from the News, on one of the speeches in Parliament; which note asserts, that REYNOLDS the spy is now holding a judicial situation in Van Diemen's ...

    Article : 585 words
  9. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST.

    SIR,—I take the liberty to inform you that you are wrong in supposing that Mr. FRANKLAND in the author of the article, in praise of the Survey Department, which appeared in the last number ...

    Article : 147 words
  10. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST.

    MR. EDITOR,—Please to insert the following fact:—William Call, a convict clerk, attache to the rout] party at the Deep Gully, having been sentenced to solitary confinement for ...

    Article : 105 words
  11. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST.

    MR. EDITOR,—To avert the ruin which impends this Colony, even for a moment, is a matter of importance. I therefore entreat the purchasers of land, at the late sales, not to pay the exorbitant ...

    Article : 96 words
  12. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COLONIST.

    SIR,—Could you inform me if it is ever considered necessary to hold an Inquest over the corpse of an infant, born or supposed to be born dead? I am induced to make this inquiry from ...

    Article : 95 words
  13. To the Editor of the Colonist.

    SIR,—Being a reglar reader o' your paper, an havin' seen, since ye hae began to print it, that ye are ane o' the folk wha tak an interest in their fellow creatures, I have taen the liberty to speer a ...

    Article : 478 words
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