27.—Siren, brig, Lawler, from Launceston 20th instant. with wheat, &c. Passengers, Messrs Gardiner, Wood, Campbell, and Davis. 27.—John Renwick, barque, Byron, from the ...Article : 136 words
SIR,—I am really glad that you made no further comments in your last number respecting the extraordinary inquest lately held at Dummor[?] Hunter's River. As it is not improbable the case ...Article : 290 words
August 25.—Helvellyn, ship, M'Lean, for Valparaiso, in ballast. 25.—Lady Hayes, ship, for China, in ballast. 28.—Uli[?]ea, schooner, Waddy, for Society Isles. ...Article : 38 words
William for Launceston, City of London for Sourabaya, and Janet Izat for Java, this day. Drummore for Calcutta, 30th instant. Cecilia for London, 2nd proximo. ...Article : 132 words
1. COUNCIL met pursuant to adjournment; His Excellency the Governor in the chair. Van Dieman's Land Offenders' Apprehension Bill; presented by the Governor as amended; to be ...Article : 213 words
ALTHOUGH we coincide generally with the reasoning implied in the very able dialogue republished as a leading article in our last number, from The Sydney Gazette, we are ...Article : 1,703 words
SIR,—In your paper of the 25th instant, you gave insertion to a letter from Major Antill, in which he attempts to defend himself from the allegations contained in an article which appeared ...Article : 2,214 words
IT is somewhat singular that the Church of Scotland has recently been experiencing a collision with the civil power at home, somewhat similar to that experienced in ...Article : 840 words
THE King William Steamboat left the Green-hills for Sydney, on the morning of Monday the 20th instant. ON leaving Newcastle the wind was north-west, and continued so for an hour or ...Article : 3,738 words
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