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  2. ENGLISH NEWS, &c.

    During the month of December Cabinet Councils were held unusally often by the King. Several reasons have been assigned for the frequency of these meetings. It is believed that the evacuation of Spain was a prominent subject of the conferences. ...

    Article : 3,407 words

    "A very extraordinary trial took place in the Supreme Court Monday, March 28. The plaintiff was Mr. T. Thompson, a very respectable schoolmaster; and the defendant was Mr. George Carr Clarke, a merchant of this place. The circumstances ...

    Article : 1,124 words
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    THE HOOGLEY has brought Newspapers to the end of last year. The general intelligence they contain is not-of much interest to the Colony; but there is a particular paragraph which will claim attention, for ...

    Article : 2,974 words
  6. To the Editor of the Australian.

    From all I can observe of the manners of the inhabitants of Sydney—and indeed of the whole Colony, I am satisfied that an admiration—a true enjoyment of the beautiful and romantic in natural scenery, is not a feeling so much cherished or cultivated ...

    Article : 1,611 words

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