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  2. GOVERNOR'S SPEECH

    The check which the wool market has received, may in the end prove beneficial if, it has caused the settlers to depend less than formerly upon one or two articles of produce only, and have ...

    Article : 1,460 words
  3. MOST IMPORTANT

    We have reason to believe that no doubt remains now about the arrangements being complete for the speedy departure of Captains Forster and Montagu. There are not tea ...

    Article : 202 words
  4. THE ROAD ACT.

    The Gazette contains the long looked for Report of the Committee on the Road Act, it is dated the 4th instant, and notwithstanding all that we have said upon the ...

    Article : 752 words
  5. To the Editor of the True Colonist

    SIR,—Your observations on the letter of a 'Suffering Tradesman,' published to the Tasmanian of Friday week, are as just as they are correct. Well would it be for all ...

    Article : 456 words
  6. THE SEASON.

    The weather has been very cold and boisterous during the last fortnight, and the reads are in a most frightful state. We were at Richmond this week, and found all ...

    Article : 1,295 words
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