There is little difficulty in explaining to the Public of the Country of Cornwall, the motives which have induced the Publisher of this Journal to undertake the ...Article : 2,450 words
John Cairns, Patrick Murray, and William Wallen, charged with being drunk and disorderly; fined 5s each, and discharged. John .Smith and Charles Okey, two seamen ...Article : 434 words
By private letters received from Hobart Town, we find a very unpleasant and, to these engaged in it, a very disgraceful scene took place on Saturday ...Article : 310 words
By the arrival of the ship Mary from Sydney, bringing Sydney Gazettes up to the time of her sailing, we are in possession of British news of some days later ...Article : 1,768 words
SIR, — As our County people are bestirring themselves for the purpose of staling their various grievances, it may not be amiss to inform the ...Article : 469 words
It is reported that lists of all officers holding official colonial situations under the Gover ment. with their respective amount of salaries and perquisites, are to ...Article : 317 words
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