JANUARY 19. France, U.S. ship, 411 tons. Howell, from the South Sea Fishery; left Chatham Island on the 18th of December, with 1400 barrels of black and 230 barrels sperm oil. Agents, Kenworthy and Co. ...Article : 66 words
WE have received the first number of The Po[?] Phillip-Herald and congratulate our contemporary, late of Sydney, on his re-appearance on the passing scene. Our readers will find the ...Article : 2,840 words
January 19. Herald, H. M. ship, Captain Nias, for New Zealand. Passengers—His Excellency Captain Hobson, Lieutenant-Governor of New Zealand, and family, Mr. F. Matthew, Dr. Johnson, ...Article : 164 words
SIR,—I have heard a number of inquiries and guesses, since I made my debut in your journal, as to who, and what I am; but though some of the surmises were calculated to flatter my vanity, ...Article : 549 words
Siren, brig, 140 tons, Jackson, for New Zealand, this day. Agent, W. Wright. Palmyra, barque, 463 tons, Brown, on a speculative trip, this day. Agents, Gilchrist and Alexander. ...Article : 146 words
WE are glad to find that a little more light has been thrown upon the subject of British interference in regard to New Zealand affairs, by the proceedings which have recently taken place in ...Article : 1,952 words
Euphrates, barque, 617 tons, Wilson, for Java, in ballast. Agents, Edwards and Hunter. The schooner Ariel, Stewart, is laid on for the Bay of Islands and Port Nicholson. Messrs. Gilehrist ...Article : 594 words
SIR,—The following statement respecting the cases tried during the late sittings of the Court of Quarter Sessions, Sydney, I think you will find to be substantially correct; and at this time, when ...Article : 437 words
OUR attention has been drawn to some differences which exist between gentlemen all equally anxious to establish a regular regatta for Sydney, but disagreeing as to the parties in whom the ...Article : 687 words
SIR,—In reference to The Gazette of the 17th instant, in which there appeared three solutions, by dfferent correspondents, to an Arithmetical Query proposed in a Gazette the 4th instant, I ...Article : 445 words
THERE is no subject which at present occupies the public mind, of such extensive interest and immediate importance, as the one on which we are about to offer a few ...Article : 1,307 words
SIR,—The Sydney journals do not give the proper dimensions and description of the Cyclops, nor even the English papers from whence they quote them. You may rely on the following as ...Article : 482 words
SIR,—I do not know whether you ever indulge in novel reading, I sometimes do, and some years ago I read Cooper's " Bravo," and it happened to fall into my hands a few days since in ...Article : 683 words
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