STIPENDIARY MAGISTRATES.—We are glad to notice that the home government appears disposed to adopt the suggestion of, nominating the Police ...Article : 791 words
To those persons, who have been illegally-deprived of their lands and grants by Colonel Arthur, the following official information from a contemporary, will ...Article : 783 words
As so much has been said in the Colonial papers respecting Colonel Arthur and the Piece of Plate, we are induced to copy the following from the ...Article : 185 words
“The term cultivation is so vague, the amount of capital required to be expended so small, and the difficulty of resuming a grant after seven years, until the ...Article : 89 words
“It is obvious that if they (grantees) are now allowed to dispose of it (land), they will obtain an advantage never contemplated at the time their grants were ...Article : 166 words
We have been greatly complained of for not noticing the extraordinary conduct of the Hobart Town Justices, in refusing licenses to publicans who had ...Article : 424 words
The recent important intelligence from England, affecting probably the destines of Europe, is scarcely a topic of such general interests to the colonists, as the new ...Article : 466 words
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