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    Nov. 30.—The ship Indianna, 399 tons, Capt. James Webster, from Sydney, with a cargo of sundries.—Passengers, Mrs. Johnson and son, Mrs. Household, Master Dillon, Captain Currie, ...

    Article : 371 words
  3. The Licensing Day.

    It is not without considerable regret, that we find the Licensing Magistrates have considered it proper, not only to deprive several old houses of their license, ...

    Article : 887 words
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    It is, we think, scarcely necessary for us to offer one word, by way of apology, to our readers, for the space we have this week allotted to the subject of Usury. It may, however, for the information ...

    Article : 3,972 words
  5. Busbranging.

    HORRIBLE ATTEMPT TO MURDER A CONSTABLE!!! —Bushranging now assumes a serious aspect, and cold-blooded and deliberate bloodshed cries for vengeance. The following is from the ...

    Article : 627 words

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