CATO. We shall be happy to hear again from this Australian patriot. A PROTESTANT. We do not notice the lucubrations referred to, because we think ...Article : 90 words
A Meeting took place on Tuesday evening, in the Mechanics School of Arts, for the purpose of forming a Society to supply bread and flour to its ...Article : 732 words
"—— Be just and fear not; Let all the ends, thou aim stat, be thy country's Thy God's and truth's——" SHAESPEARE, ...Article : 1,309 words
No. 1. THE LANCERS' QUADRILLES, to which are added, a New Waltz, by Spagnoletti, and the Stop Waltz. F. Ellard, Georgestreet, Sydney. ...Article : 279 words
Members present—His Excellency the Governor, the Chief Justice, the Commander of the Forces, the Colonial Secretary, the Attorney General, the Auditor General, the Collector ...Article : 818 words
SIR,—I have received Sir Richard Bourke's Despatch, No. 110, of the 6th of November last, transmitting the Report of a Committee of the Legislative Council of New South Wales, ...Article : 229 words
When we see a community fully sensible of the benefits that have been conferred upon it, and sincerely thankful to the individual who has been principally instrumental in promoting ...Article : 1,014 words
Mr. Deane's Concert took place on Tuesday evening. We expected to see a "full house," and to hear pleasing sounds, and we are happy to ...Article : 286 words
HARMONY in music, perspective in painting, and the pointed style in architecture, those advances in the arts which stir and reflect the infinhies of the human soul awakened, ...Article : 814 words
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