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  2. THE DECEMBER MAGAZINES.

    Professor Tait, of Edinburgh, asks and answers the question, in the International Review, Does humanity require a new revelation? His reply is in the negative. He ...

    Article : 2,800 words
  3. THE SUNDAY QUESTION.

    If the moon were habitable and inhabited, and if—availing himself of Jules Verne's celebrated projectile—a Lunarian were to pay us a visit and alight on the shores of Port ...

    Article : 6,957 words
  4. HOW TO CAPTURE THE KELLY GANG.

    Sir,—If the Government are in earnest in their endeavour to capture the band of desperadoes that now defy all the efforts of the Victorian police authorities, let them ...

    Article : 150 words
  5. MR. FENWICK AND THE MELBOURNE CEMETERY.

    Sir,—Would you kindly insert in to-morrow's issue the following reply to Mr. Purchas's letter, published in this day's Argus.— Yours, &c., ...

    Article : 423 words
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