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    A FULL report of the proceedings at the opening of the legislative council will be found in this day's Chronicle. We have not space to notice the various measures which were then initiated; the more ...

    Article : 1,825 words

    Australian, Hogg, 306 tons, Cooper and Holt, owners, left Sydney 22nd December, 1840; spoken in October, 1841 with 200 barrels British Sovereign, Sargent, 350 tons, Lamb and Parbury, left ...

    Article : 411 words
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    THE VERY REV. THE VICAR GENERAL.—This respected clergyman was summoned to the police office on Wednesday by John Abbott, Esq., registrar of deaths, &c., &c., we sincerely regret to say, ...

    Article : 304 words
  5. Shipping Intelligence.

    MAY 10.—From Hobart [?]own, having left the 1st instant, the American ship Grotins, 229 tons, Captain Mugford, with a general cargo. Passengers—Mrs. Coffer and son, and Mr. Brown. ...

    Article : 89 words
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    Advertising : 1,762 words

    MAY 11.—For Launceston via Newcastle, the barque Socrates, Captain Grant, in ballast. ...

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    The Fair Barbadian, for the Isle of France; and the Cairo, for London; this day. The Governor Phillip, for Norfolk Island; on the 13th instant. ...

    Article : 242 words
  9. Van Diemen's Land.

    That highly respectable body, the Roman Catholic community of this colony have taken the lead in the expression of loyalty to her Majesty the Queen, in having assembled under the Presidentcy of the ...

    Article : 805 words

    Alexander Henry, barque 900 tons, Evans, at Milne's wharf, laid up, Willis and Co., agents Anne, barque, 212 tons, Simpson, east side of Cove, Betts Brothers, agents ...

    Article : 717 words
  11. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle.

    SIR—From the spirited manner in which the indefatigable and zealous proprietor of the Smithfield Market estate has undertaken to bring into operation the most important benefit that has yet been ...

    Article : 213 words
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    THE GRAND PRIZE CATTLE SHOW AT THE HORSE BAZAAR.—Yesterday morning the judges appointed by the Grand Smithfield Club met at the Horse Bazaar, in King-street, Portman-square (where the ...

    Article : 102 words
  13. Port Phillip.

    We have to congratulate the colonists of Port Phillip upon the mode and spirit in which the crime of bushranging has been suppressed within these last few days. No sooner did this vice, so ...

    Article : 2,645 words



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