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    The Editor of the Chronicle submits to his fellow townsmen the following propositions, with reference to the highly important measure now before the legislature:— 1. The inhabitants of Sydney are entitled to enjoy the same ...

    Article : 987 words
  3. Original Correspondence.

    SIR,—In reply to Dr. Gamack's communication, which appeared in your useful journal of Tuesday last, I have only to request that you will have the kindness to give insertion in your next number to ...

    Article : 488 words
  4. "Elizabeth-street, Sydney, Monday evening, 30th May, 1842.

    "SIR—Your positive contradiction of my statement to the meeting, today, that you did say you "would support the substance of Mr. Duncan's amendment," requires an explanation, which I must ...

    Article : 83 words
  5. "Bridge-street, May 30, 1842.

    "SIR—I am in receipt of yours of this evening, by your friend Mr. Holden, requiring some explanation of my "positive contradiction" of your statement, that I had pledged myself to support Mr. ...

    Article : 345 words
  6. "Colonial Secretary's Office, "Sydney, 26th May, 1842.

    "REV. SIR—The Governor having had before him your communication, received yesterday, representing that Mr. North has signified to you his intention of locking up the building which you have ...

    Article : 181 words

    SIR—Having retired from the situation of second master of the Sydney College (a situation which I had tile honor to hold from the opening of this institution), under circumstances which are unknown ...

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  8. "Elizabeth-street, Sydney, May 30, 1842.

    "Sir—Mr. Duncan's motion, as you state, was, "That this meeting be adjourned till Wednesday, and that a committee be appointed to draw up a petition, praying for a bill agreeably to the principle and spirit ...

    Article : 128 words

    WE call upon all the good people of Sydney who are anxious for the improvement of the town, and for the establishment of free institutions among us, to be at their posts at eleven o'clock on Monday ...

    Article : 153 words
  10. (Extract from the report of the meeting held on the 30th ult.)

    "Mr. Duncan said the best reply which he could make to Mr. M'Eachern was, that that gentleman had pledged himself to move the amendment which lie (Mr. Duncan) had moved. ...

    Article : 566 words

    A CURIOUS correspondence appears in this day's paper between Mr. H. Macdermott and Mr. James M'Eachern, to which the editor of this journal has thought it necessary to add an appendix, in ...

    Article : 99 words

    The following report on immigration has been addressed to his Excellency by the immigration agent. It is an interesting document, and is certainly much more important and valuable in many ...

    Article : 4,347 words
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    SMITHFIELD MARKET .—The next fair will be held at the above place on Tuesday next, the 7th instant, and will no doubt attract the attention of all parties who wish well to the interests ...

    Article : 97 words



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