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    No colony under the crown, we have often asserted, is equal to New South Wales in point of public morals. We say public morals, because, while concubinage and adultery, (through the extreme paucity of women) and ...

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  3. In an Excursion taken by the Gentlemen of the Wesleyan Mission to hold District Meetings of their Members and Friends in support of their Society, a humble Church Member stood up at the Windsor Association, and delivered the following homely Verses to the equal surprise and edification of his Brethren.

    NEW Windsor, I am come to visit thee—Green Hills, thy former name—where many a tree Of sturdy growth, defying all surprise Of raglng billows, and tempestuous skies; ...

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