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    "Reverend Sir, "It being reported that you attended the Public Meeting on "Friday last, I beg you will contradict the report, or "inform me if you were there. ...

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    SIR, Your Hunter's River tourist is evidently a stranger to the merit of the emancipated settlers in that, district, and as I have been sometime acquainted with them, feel myself called upon to explain the cause of the unfavourable impression made upon his ...

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    SIR, The Colony possesses already excellent rules for the ordinary tillage formers, but nobody seems to have cared for the prosperity of the Kitchen Garden. To this cause doubtless ascribe the extreme scarcity of all vegetables in ...

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    Patrick's Plains, one would think, would spoil the settler, and make him difficult to be pleased with any thing afterwards. But the contrary is the case; for while you go on wondering where the fine country is to end, you ...

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