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  2. To Correspondents.

    "A SUBSCRIBER'S" second letter on the Estimates will appear on Friday. "Z." If the droll scene, "An Editor in Parramatta," be a fact, we should like to have the ...

    Article : 44 words
  3. The Chronicle.

    WE conceive that the annals of human folly do not contain a relation of a more ridiculous proceeding that that which had place the other day at the ...

    Article : 789 words
  4. Original Correspondence.

    SIR,—I perceive by an observation in the 16th number of the Chronicle, that the assail ants of Catholic verity have left the 'Daily Companion," and resorted to other weapons of ...

    Article : 733 words

    SIR,—Finding that those persons whom the Sydney Gazette called "respectable gentle men," (what a pity it is that the ladies should be excluded 1) are labouring in their vocation, ...

    Article : 1,371 words
  6. Local Intelligence.

    By one of the late ships, two followers of Johanna Southcote have arrived in the Colony. They preached on the Race Course on Sunday. They may be known by ...

    Article : 686 words
  7. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle

    SIR,—It was with sincere regret that I read in your paper of the 1st instant, the announcement of Dr. Ullathorne's intended departure from these shores. Is there no means by which ...

    Article : 513 words
  8. South Australia.

    We are so much accustomed in England to look upon a railroad as the consequence of only the highest degree of civilization, that the announcement, in our advertising columns, of ...

    Article : 491 words
  9. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle.

    SIR,—I beg leave to inclose you a report of our concert, which took place last evening. The first performance of the evening, was an overture by the 80th regiment, admirable well played. ...

    Article : 306 words
  10. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle.

    SIR,—Had the Sydney Gazette been the only reviler of the creed of Catholics—the only defamer of their Priesthood, I should not deem it worthy of notice, nor would I claim a place in ...

    Article : 495 words
  11. A brief Chronicle OF Passing Events.

    Mr. C. B. Brewer, and Mr. William Brewer, of the Chancery Bar, have arrived by the Royal Admiral. Mr. Richard Bourke, the son of our ...

    Article : 515 words
  12. Welcome Harvest.

    The Harvest has commenced in the district of Appin. The crops are heavy, and the best ever reaped in the Colony. New wheat may therefore be expected in town in the course of a ...

    Article : 333 words
  13. Land at Port Phillip.

    We have received from Mr. Polack an account of the sale of thirty-one allotmen's land at Port Phillip, sold at his Mart yesterday, which brought from 50s, to £12 10s. per acre, ...

    Article : 52 words

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