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  2. Shipping Intelligence.

    ARRIVE —On Tuesday, the whaling barque Denmark Hill Captain Finley, with 850 barrels of black oil;— she left Sydney the 16th July, 1833. On Thursday, the Lambton, from Port Stephens. ...

    Article : 226 words
  3. Masked Writers.

    WE said Mr. Lvons would not have cause for his complaint. that he was fighting at o[?]s with the Press. A host of pens seem to be as work in his behalf. An anonymous letter ...

    Article : 506 words
  4. The Attorney-General.

    THE Sydney Herald of the 17h Inst. has [?]le on the [?]y o[?] our Supreme Court, in which is the following. "The inattention of the Executive Government ...

    Article : 1,774 words
  5. THE SYDNEY MONITOR.

    If I might hive a short hint to an impartial writer, it would be to tell him his fate. If he resolve to venture upon the dangerous prec[?]e of telling unbiassed truths, let him pro[?]m war with ...

    Article : 162 words
  6. The Theatre.

    "While on the subject of the Theatre, we take the opportunity of stating, that since the publication of our remarks on Mr. Levey's he has given two very ...

    Article : 321 words
  7. Governor Bourke.

    A friend, whose knowledge of our localities in p[?], and as regards convict dis[?]ipline, we c[?]n[?]ider weighty, & in whose g[?]neral political views we en[?]ly coincide, has ...

    Article : 2,299 words
  8. A case of Conscience solved.

    "We remember it was once debated in the Committee, to which was [?]rusted the [?] of the Petition to Pa[?]iament now going Home, whether [?]ts advertisements should be sent to the Gazette and ...

    Article : 634 words
  9. TO H. M. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF N. S. WALES.

    SIR, I beg leave to suggest, through the medium of vour pap r, the propriety of preferring informations of Manslaughter against his Excellency ...

    Article : 243 words
  10. TAX ON WATER.

    OUR Legislative Council of F[?]een Membe[?], Governor included, to whom the Minis[?]er of the day delegated the power, if not the [?]apacitv. [?]o make our Laws and to tax our ...

    Article : 506 words
  11. A Sensible Letter from the Country.

    "A FEW of your subscribers, residing in Ar[?], will feel obliged if you can make it convenient to cause a fall report to be made of a case to tried this Ferm, viz.—P[?]kc vs. Kenny. as the matter ...

    Article : 636 words
  12. Ironed-Gangs.

    THE overwhelming increase of Crime in the Colony, qui [?] confounds us, We ask all s[?] of p[?]ople, officers, grazi[?], merchants, [?] give a clue to the causes? But in vain. The ...

    Article : 387 words
  13. Forestalling.

    "Fore[?]talling is still carried on to a very considerable and ruinous extent; it is almost time that the Colonial Legislature took into then serious consideration some remedy by which a stop might be ...

    Article : 601 words
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