"CALEB" "M.D.D.," "CATHOLICUS," and several other valuable communications are unavoidably postponed. They shall appear in our ...Article : 41 words
IN our last we presented our readers with a summary of such political news as has reached the colony by the late arrivals; we now proceed to select ...Article : 590 words
GENTLEMEN,—I beg you to accept my very sincere thanks for this Address, and for the kind welcome which you have given me to your beautiful district. ...Article : 319 words
DEAR SIR,— Our beautiful district has at length been honored by a visit from Sir George Gipps. His Excellency, and Lady Gipps and suite ...Article : 472 words
SIR,—To place in a proper light the estimates for the year 1840, as determined on by the Governor and Council, it strikes me that a previous consideration of the actual state and ...Article : 1,008 words
Amongst the passing events of the day, Concerts now form a prominent feature, and we could wish that they might long continue to do so if well conducted and got up with a view to ...Article : 656 words
THE CROPS.— Crops are looking delightful on the Hunter, promising an abundant harvest; barley in the neighbourhood of Maitland will be ...Article : 426 words
We, the undersigned Magistrates, Clergy, Landholders, and other free inhabitants of the District of Illawara, approach your Excellency with sincere feelings of loyalty and respect, and ...Article : 515 words
We beg to apprise our numerous readers at Windsor, that they will have an opportunity of gratifying their musical taste by attending Monsieur Gautrot's Concert, at the Court House, at ...Article : 39 words
"Response stultum [?]uxta stulltitiam suam Solomon. Our contemporary has passed the Rubicon. ''He, cannot now rescue ...Article : 1,190 words
In consequence of irregularity on the part of our Reporter, there are several omissions in this department of our present number, which we have hopes of being able to ...Article : 531 words
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