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  2. THE RACES. (First Day.)

    The races as might be expected from the preparations of the last five weeks, were truly gay. On Monday, by early dawn, all was bustle and activity, and Sydney almost at "peep of day," began to ...

    Article : 1,577 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
  4. SAINT GEORGE'S DAY—THE KING'S BIRTH DAY.

    Saturday last was the Anniversary, of our Patron Saint, and the Natal Day of our respected Sovereign. The musketry of the Barracks, the artillery of the Fort, and the guns of the Slaney, by means of ...

    Article : 430 words
  5. THE RACES.

    Bright beams the morn—nor e'en one cloud. The azure sky defaces;— Persons may preach both long and loud, They cannot spoil the races. ...

    Article : 264 words
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