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    WE imagined that we had so fully exposed the utter fallacy, absurdity, and rhodomontade of the Colonist, as to have shamed it into silence : but we are ...

    Article : 3,285 words

    John Litchfield, for being absent from Church Master on last Sunday, was admonished. and warned to attend the first Sunday in every month. Alexander Gordon and six others, for a similar ...

    Article : 2,022 words
  4. Original Correspondence.

    SIR,— A strange letter, inserted in the last number of the Colonist, and professedly written by “a Juryman,” demands from [?]e a public acknowledgement. In that letter, which, if ...

    Article : 1,053 words
  5. To Mr. Barnard Hill, a Gentleman of the Jury.

    SIR,—In addressing you on the present occasion, you must not consider that I do so out of any extraordinary love that I bear towards you. My principal object in troubling myself, at all ...

    Article : 279 words
  6. To the Editor of the. Tasmanian.

    SIR,—I was rather surprised at a notice in your last respecting the Concert. It was premature, injudicious, and not very good-natured. Whatever objection the writer might have to ...

    Article : 183 words

    Present:—Joseph Hone, Esq. Chairman : J. Bell, Esq. J. P. A. Turnbull, Esq. J. P. W. Sorell, Esq. J. P.; H. Nicholls, Esq J. P. J. Simpson, Esq. J. P. W. Moriarly, Esq. ...

    Article : 321 words



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