FEBRUARY 24. Potentate, barque, Gilchrist, from Greeneck, October 3, and Hobart Town 15th instant, with merchandise. Passengers—Messrs. W. Jamieson, M. Harvey, J. Auld, C. M Intosh, G. M' ...Article : 124 words
February 23. Hope, barque, Coombes, for London, with colonial produce. Passengers, cabin—Dr. Stewait, R. N., Mr. and Mrs. Reid and family. Dr. Slanger, Mrs. Parker, Messrs. C. Gore, F. Carr, ...Article : 166 words
Governor Bourke, for Sperm Fishery, Aquilla, for New Zealand, H. M. S. Pelorus, for Hobart Town, and Paul Pry, for Port Phillip, this day. Eweretta, for London, and Louisa, for Liverpool, ...Article : 541 words
Aquarius will appear in our next. ...Article : 8 words
THE Council met pursuant to adjournment, Present, the Governor, the Bishop of Australia Sir Maurice O'Connell, the Colonial Secretary, the Attorney-General, Colonel Gibbes, Mr. ...Article : 299 words
WE rejoice that our graceless task of reviewing this net work of doubts and difficulties now draws near to its close. The 14th paragraph (p. 9) treats of that ...Article : 2,269 words
OUR readers are probably aware that Sir Richard Bourke, on the suggestion of Capt. Ma[?]onochie of Van Diemen's Land, some short time previous to his departure caused a body of ...Article : 351 words
BY the Potentate we have the Hobart Town journals to the 12th instant. We have selected a few extracts, but the contents generally are very uninteresting. ...Article : 455 words
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20.—Mr. Justice Willis and two Assessors sat for about half an hour and went through the list, which consisted of eight cases, four of them on promissory notes, two ...Article : 2,654 words
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