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  2. Sir John Franklin, AND His Do nothing Government.

    We last week had occasion to give our humble opinion, that the Editor of the Tasmanian, Mr. Innis, a gentleman who came out in the same ship with Sir John ...

    Article : 2,433 words
  3. Religious Equality.

    A Contemporary states, that previous to the departure of Sir Richard Bourke, from New South Wales, an " Address," strongly expressive of the valuable ...

    Article : 643 words
  4. Sydney News.

    SIGNS OF THE TIMES.—There are no less than 700 cases for the next sittings of the Court of Requests. The wretched man, Edward Doyle, ...

    Article : 682 words
  5. Sir Richard Bourke.

    Yesterday (Dec. 6,) being the day which His Excellency had fixed the day for his embarkation to England, the town assumed the appearance of a holyday. ...

    Article : 896 words
  6. Transportation.

    The following excellent article has appeared in the Public Ledger, the oldest Journal in England, and now edited by the brother of Mr. M'Dowall, our ...

    Article : 573 words
  7. Popular Education.

    The general desire for education, and the general diffusion of it, is working, and partially has worked a great change in the habits of the mass of the people. ...

    Article : 156 words



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