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  2. DR. LANG'S TEMPERANCE LECTURE.

    MR. EDITOR—I was induced, from a paragraph in the columns of your contemporary the Herald, to drop into the School of Arts last night to hear what Dr. Lang had got to say on the temperance question; ...

    Article : 1,095 words
  3. Master Humphrey's Clock.

    Mr. Swiveller and his partner played several rubbers with varying success, until the loss or three sixpences, the gradual sinking of the purl, and the striking of ten o'clock, combined to tender that ...

    Article : 1,742 words
  4. THE AUSTRALIAN PHILPOTTS.

    MR. EDITOR—I thought that bigotry and intolerance had for ever fled from this misrepresented country; but I find that it has broken out again it all its fury, like the wild tiger rushing from his den ...

    Article : 533 words
  5. Original Correspondence.

    MR. EDITOR—It is to be hoped that the records of the police courts of this country contain few decisions so extraordinary or unexpected as that of Mr. Windeyer in this case, which that magistrate ...

    Article : 360 words
  6. Legislative Council.

    Present—The Governor, Bishop Broughton, the Colonial Secretary, the Attorney General, the Collector of Customs, Messrs. Campbell, Berry, Jones, Blaxland, H. H. Macarthur, and Sir John Jamison. ...

    Article : 3,288 words
  7. DAWES' BATTERY.

    MR. EDITOR—It occurs to me that the commercial progress of Sydney would be aided by the sale of the point on which stands Dawes' Battery. It would fetch a handsome sum. The situation is ill adapted ...

    Article : 134 words
  8. IMMIGRATION.

    MR. EDITOR—I beg leave to submit to the Catholic population of the colony, through your columns, the propriety of their immediately joining in a respectful petition to her most gracious Majesty and ...

    Article : 1,160 words
  9. CALENDAR FOR THE ENSUING WEEK.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 89 words
  10. LEGISLATIVE INTOLERANCE AND BIGOTRY.

    Mr. EDITOR—Permit me, through the columns of your valuable journal, to call the serious attention of the Catholics of this colony to the debate which took place in the legislative council on Wednesday ...

    Article : 367 words
  11. THE CHRONICLE.

    THE vote of the legislative council adopting the report of the immigration committee is one of the most curious upon record. All other deliberative bodies and courts of judicature with which we are ...

    Article : 3,179 words
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