"You might have known it, friend," said Gashford, "it was perfectly understood. How came you to be so ill informed?" "He cannot tell you, sir," the widow interposed. ...Article : 1,919 words
"A Sufferer" If the Insolvent Act prove injurious to the public after a fair trial, we shall gladly lend our assistance to procure its repeal. At present we cannot. "W. S" and "Intercepted Letters, No. 2," in our next. ...Article : 53 words
"He who contends for freedom Can ne'er be justly deemed his sovereign's foe. No; 'tis the wr[?]tch that tempts him to subvert it, The soothing slave, the traitor in the bosom, ...Article : 2,662 words
IT is stated in the Herald of yesterday, in opposition to our article of Tuesday, that the Rev. R. Mansfield is not the acting editor of that paper. This assertion is what we suppose the lawyers would ...Article : 157 words
On Friday Major Jackson sat in insolvent court, as special commissioner, to hear proofs of the debts, and for the appointment of trustees in the following insolvent estates:— ...Article : 535 words
On Tuesday afternoon a public meeting of the subscribers to Sir Richard Bourke's statue was held in the Royal Hotel, at which a numerous body of the subscribers attended. A beautiful model of the ...Article : 1,503 words
On Tuesday evening, at seven o'clock, a meeting of the subscribers to the Homebush March Meeting was held at the Royal Hotel, for the purpose of entering the horses, when the following horses were ...Article : 1,503 words
MY DEAR SIR—May I request you to insert the following lines, addressed to the editors of the Herald.—Your's faithfully, J. T. LYNCH. ...Article : 148 words
SIR—As a member of this community, I shall feel under a great obligation to you if you will have the kindness to afford a space in your columns for the few following remarks with reference to the two ...Article : 1,760 words
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