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  2. BARNABY RUDGE.

    A homely proverb recognises the existence of a troublesome class of persons who, having an inch conceded them, will take an ell. Not to quote the illustrious examples of those heroic scourges of ...

    Article : 1,604 words
  3. Legislative Council.

    Present—The Governor, the Chief Justice, Bishop Broughton, the Commander of the Forces. the Colonial Secretary, the Attorney General, the Collector of Customs, the Auditor General, Messrs. ...

    Article : 1,654 words
  4. WINDSOR TOTAL ABSTINENCE AND TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES.

    From an early hour on Saturday morning, being the first of the new year, numbers of men, women, and children flocked from the various districts to the Catholic church, anxious to join in the procession ...

    Article : 1,648 words
  5. WEEKLY METEOROLOGICAL TABLE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 68 words
  6. MAITLAND.

    It is really discreditable to allow to stand the shabby and disgraceful building that is now, and has been for a long time past, used for a gaol and lockup in the heart of West Maitland. This ...

    Article : 645 words
  7. THE CHRONICLE.

    WE have at last the pleasure of recording the passing of an act by the legislative council which does real honor to that body. The obnoxious clauses in General Darling's Newspaper Act are now expunged ...

    Article : 310 words
  8. Court of Quarter Sessions.

    Denis Long was indicted for stealing two half-crowns, the property of John Hill. Not guilty, discharged. Ann Darby was indicted for stealing clothes. Not ...

    Article : 3,060 words
  9. CATHOLIC IMMIGRATION.

    "Why look you so upon me? I am but sorry, not afear'd; delayed, But nothing altered. What I was, I am." Shakspeare. ...

    Article : 297 words
  10. NEW ZEALAND.

    My LORD—Having in my despatch of this day's date, No. 110, forwarded to your Lordship an act passed by the legislative council of this colony, too facilitate the settlement of claims to grants of land ...

    Article : 415 words
  11. THE GOVERNMENT SILOES.

    APPROVING, as we warmly have done, the greater part of Lord John Russell's colonial policy, we are surprised and vexed at the despatch of that nobleman read in council the other day, disapproving of ...

    Article : 555 words
  12. Government-house, Sydney, August 16, 1840.

    MY LORD—There is yet a transaction connected with the passing of the New Zealand Land Commissioners Act, transmitted with my despatch of this day's date, No. 110, which I feel it my duty to report to your Lordship; especially as, in ...

    Article : 564 words
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