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  2. Immigration.

    We have often given credit to Sir John Franklin for having thus promptly put a stop to immigration to Van Diemen's Land; and we are now glad to find that a contemporary seems to ...

    Article : 731 words
  3. English News.

    On Monday last, the Augusta Jessie, with male prisoners, and the Auriga, with merchandize arrived front England. They bring Papers to the 14th August; from which we make the ...

    Article : 899 words
  4. Sir George Arthur.

    The last Tasmanian contains the copy of the Address of the congregation Association of Upper Canada to Sir George Arthur, on his entering upon the Government of that Colony, with His ...

    Article : 223 words
  5. The Regatta.

    The first introduction in Van Diemen's Land of this truly British entertainment, took place on the River Derwent on Saturday last, in commemoration of the discovery of the Island by the ...

    Article : 745 words
  6. South Australia.

    The colony of New South Wales has been highly esteemed by intending Emigrants, as the MOST BRITISH tinder the Crown. And so HITHERTO it has been. But it is now no ...

    Article : 461 words
  7. Shipping Intelligence .

    When the Auriga sailed, the Little Catherine, from this port, had arrived, and was to sail on her return voyage on the 20th August. The Asia with male prisoners, and the Hebe ...

    Article : 266 words
  8. Fatal Duel.

    A duel was fought at Montreal in July last, between Lieutenant Colonel Warde, of the Royal Regiment, and a Mr. Sweeney, when the former unfortunate officer was killed at the first ...

    Article : 251 words
  9. America.

    The American Papers breathe certainly a very hostile tone. The St. John's (New Brunswick) Courier of the 14th July, copies from the New York Journal of Commerce a long debate in ...

    Article : 138 words
  10. Canada.

    The packet ship Orpheus had arrived at Liverpool in 16 days from New York, bringing American and Canadian papers to the 19th July, from which the Times of the 8th August extracts ...

    Article : 722 words



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