We extract the subjoined from the Hobart own courier:— We have great pleasure in laying before our [?] the following letters on this (to us) most ...Article : 1,277 words
Saturday last being first day of term, the Honorable ,and Learned Chief Justice Forbes and their Honors Mr. Justice Stephen and Dowling sat together upon the bench, when motion for a ...Article : 852 words
Persons wishing to undertake the conveyance of the Mails once a week by water, from the Post Office in Sydney to the Post Office at Newcastle, commencing from the ...Article : 631 words
On Saturday the schooner Waterloo, Oldfield. Left Launceston the 8th instant. Cargo, 1263 bushels of wheat, and 2 passengers. Same day the ship Henry Wellesley, Captain ...Article : 1,151 words
Mr. Cimamgham, observes the Edinburgh Review of January, has drawn a lively and amusing picture of its most recent state. Captain King reports the result of his [?] survey, which has ...Article : 968 words
It may be of service to many of our commercial men here and elsewhere, to make known the new rates of pilotage and harbour dues established in the ports of Hobart ...Article : 950 words
We have received Mauritius Gaieties to the 6th September, against which we have to lodge the usual complaint of barrenness. Sir Charles Colville appears to be firmly installed in the ...Article : 424 words
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The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848), Wed 19 Nov 1828, Page 3
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