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  2. Daniel O’Connell.

    We perceive by the late English Papers that that truly great and good man, Daniel O’Connell, in a most luminous and on the 18th July last thus accounts ...

    Article : 393 words
  3. Sydney News.

    Among the advantage exerted the the Herald to follow the de[?]ture of the Excellency the Governor are these. A Governor possessing principles more ...

    Article : 2,402 words
  4. The Roman Catholics.

    Sir,—A Correspondent in the Colonia Times of this week comments [?]ahink with great! propriety on the ungenerons and un-Christian attempt recently made for ...

    Article : 759 words
  5. Sir Richard Bourke.

    By the kindness of a gentleman high in office here we have been favoured with intelligence from Sydney equal to official. from which we learn that His ...

    Article : 194 words
  6. British News.

    Extract of a letter, dated Junes 3, 1837. “In England, the past winter has been extremely severs. Thousands of Sheep have died from starvation. Hay in some ...

    Article : 763 words
  7. Sir John. Franklin.

    A Correspondent writes us, that it is rumoured that the leaders of public opinion in this Island finding that our present Governor has banded himself , body and ...

    Article : 66 words
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