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  2. Song of an Exile.

    The following poetical lines, written by E. H Dunlop, and inserted in the Australian of the 8th of November last, we copy from that Journal:— ...

    Article : 28 words

    Mine was n dream, oh calm and sweet [?] Life bath but once the power of granting— Such Wins—yet all so false, so fleet— The faithless buon twere belter wanting. ...

    Article : 222 words
  4. The German Mission of the Aborigines.

    We understand it has been proposed to hold a public meeting in MS. Walker’s Long Room at Parramatta, on the evening of Friday next, for the formation of an ...

    Article : 178 words

    The thistle did not always claim The honors of its Scotish soil. It bare of Edin’s curse, the shame— The symbol of man's care and toil. ...

    Article : 451 words
  6. The Clandestine Carriage act.

    We rejoice, says Murray’s Review, unspeakably to find that the Act for the encouragement of clandestine marriages has turned out, as well in England as here, a perfect failure. Poor Mr. ...

    Article : 283 words
  7. The late Regatta.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 804 words
  8. A New Light.

    We hear, and from good authority, too, that it having been declared illegal to search outward bound vessels, even for convicts, two have very recently left the port without ...

    Article : 300 words
  9. The Weather.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 286 words
  10. Compensation to Distillers.

    A Launceston contemporary says, when our Legislature introduced a law to prohibit the distillation of a wholesome liquor in tile Colony, guaranteeing to the persons engaged in the trade ...

    Article : 267 words
  11. O’Connell’s last Letter.

    Mr. O’Connell has just issued a letter to the Irish people. The prominent topic is, of course, the result of the elections, and the principal object, the support of the ...

    Article : 649 words
  12. Dr. Richards.

    We last week copied a paragraph from Murray’s Review, which stated that Dr. Richards, the Editor of the Colonial Times, had received the offer of a public appointment. The wort[?] ...

    Article : 314 words
  13. Shipinrct.

    The barque Pero, which vessel put inhere from Sooth Australia on Monday last, reports the loss the ship Parsee, Captain M’Kellar, bound from Hobart Town to Adelaide, This lamentable ...

    Article : 207 words



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