JANUARY 13.—Nimrod (brig), Bennett, from New Zealand, with sundries. Passengers, Miss Hargraves, Messrs. Sproule, and Styles. A ship to the northward, and a schooner to ...Article : 35 words
January 13.—Mary Ann (ship), for the South Sea Fishery. 13.—Elizabeth (schooner), for New Zealand. 13.—Integrity (barque), for Calcutta. ...Article : 71 words
Eweretta for London, Augusta Jessie for ditto, Henry Freeling for South Australia, aod Bee, for Launceston, this day. Hope, for South Australia, to-morrow. ...Article : 26 words
EAGAR, the London correspondent of The Monitor on the subject of the Transportation Committee, was originally a lawyer and a professed atheist in the city of ...Article : 2,782 words
CHRISTIAN FRIENDS AND BRETHREN,—I have been desired by the Committee of the Synod of New South Wales on Churches and schools, of which a meeting was held this day, and of which ...Article : 1,579 words
SIR,—In my former letter on King George's Sound, I gave you some account of a few of the principal men in he settlement, and also some information as to the nature and extent of their ...Article : 3,541 words
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