SIR,—As the Water-works are about to be commenced, I should feel glad to be Informed if the contractor will be permitted to employ prisoner labor. Myself, and several friends to Whom I had ...Article : 108 words
Sir,—As some misunderstanding appears to exist as to the purport of Mr. Smith's remark on Tuesday evening last, at the meeting in the Temperance Hall, viz., that persons should pledge themselves ...Article : 947 words
SIR,-Understanding that some individual has industriously circulated a report that certain ladies have subjected one of their pupils to penal discipline, for refusing to sign a petition for the cessation ...Article : 154 words
PLACARDS.—The following were simultaneously promulgated on Saturday morning:—Caution1—Colonists,—Some of you are about to be asked to sing a petition, the object of which is the transportation may be continued! Those ...Article : 4,433 words
Sir,—In your last paper I and my name, by some mistake, affixed to a memorial calling a public meeting at Campbell Town, to protest against the continuance of transportation to this colony. Will ...Article : 66 words
SIR,—I observe in your, notice to correspondents, that the Rev. Mr. Bond has written to say that his name has been appended to the Midland requisition by mistake. ...Article : 175 words
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