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  2. Original Correspondence.

    For the opinion of correspondent as rearmed here we are not responsible; but at same we to not [?] any artenmerraly be false 11 th after from brown. ...

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  3. SLIPPERY CHARACTERS !

    SIR.— Poor, Hand is in trouble, and the Police Magistrate ( Mr. Triton), refuse bail telling the prisoners not that the offence is in his opinion one that ought not to be bailed, ...

    Article : 637 words
  4. (To the Editor of the Tasnanian Telegraph.)

    SIR,—I congratulate the public on your determination to issue your paper t wire a week, and thus extend a double interest Over country affair And trust the settlers, will by the ...

    Article : 559 words
  5. LOCAL.

    Death by Drowning at New Norfolk About 4 o'clock one day last week an old man of war's man, upwards of 80 years of age it is supposed, was missed from his ...

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  6. THE HOBART TOWN CEMETERIES.

    SIR, —In all civilised countries the Cabinetries or cities of the' dead,' are looked upon certain degree of veneration, and as places consecrated, or set-ap irt, for the ...

    Article : 312 words
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