NOTWITHSTANDING the notice above, so repeatedly inserted, as to the non-reception of letters postage unpaid, week week are letters presented to us, the ...Article : 5,176 words
SIR.—I have been a resident in this Colony for some years, and have always admired the manner in which you have endeavoured to bring to light any useless expenditure of ...Article : 222 words
DEAR SIR,—To begin, I have a drunken messenger, so the post, I am sure, does not come to my district above once a month, and it was almost by a miracle I met with the ...Article : 441 words
MR. EDITOR.—The Courier has noticed very properly the pitiful ignorance of the “man of Ross,“ who was himself asked to sign “the Address,” the existence of which he denies. ...Article : 267 words
SIR,—My attention having been this day directed to the perusal of a paragraph in the Tasmanian of Friday last, I could not acquit myself of the charge of ingratitude did I not ...Article : 285 words
MAKE AND MATERIAL OF MORNING DRESSES. —The tout ensemble of costume has not changed, but in many details, we observe a nearer approach to the antique style than ...Article : 675 words
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