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  2. Shipping Intelligence.

    ARRIVED.—From Newcastle, on Monday, the ship Sir, Richard Reynold, with a cargo of coals. From Liverpool, on Tuesday last, whence she sailed the 14th November last, the brig Cognac ...

    Article : 391 words
  3. Trial for Libel, and another for an Assault.

    ON Thursday, the long talked-of trial between Editors of the Sydney Herald and those of the Australian, came on in the Supreme Court before the Chief ...

    Article : 984 words
  4. Editorial Impartiality.

    THE Sydney Herald omits the trial of Stephens and Stokes. Proprietors of the Sydney Herald. vs. Stephen and Nichols, Proprietors of the Australian. (verdict for the plaintiffs-Damages, Our ...

    Article : 131 words
  5. The Theatre and Mr. Knowles.

    Mr. Knowles has published in the Australian, a sensible letter worthy of public notice. He gives weighty reasons why the members of Messrs. Levey and ...

    Article : 1,122 words
  6. MATTER FURNISHED BY OUR Reporters and Correspondents.

    MONDAY 24TH INSTANT.—Before the Chief Justice and a Special Jury. Terry r. Brown.—This was an action brought to recover of Mr. Brown, agent to the l[?] ...

    Article : 574 words

    THE "AUSTRALIAN STEAM CONVEYANCE COMPANY'S first STEAM PACKET, was launched from the Ship Yard of Mr. J. W. Russell, at Clarence Town, Williams River, in the name of the ...

    Article : 141 words

    If I might give a short hint to an impartial writer, it would be to tell him his fate. If he resolve to venture upon the dangerous precipice of telling unbiassed truths, let him proclaim war with ...

    Article : 174 words
  9. "Horrible Law System."

    This is the mild epithet which the two young men of the Sydney Herald, bending under the weight of years, political wisdom, and legal competency, were pleased ...

    Article : 1,749 words
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    "We have taken considerable pains to ascertain upon what foundation the report circulated by the Herald, of insubordination existing in Argyle, rests and we enabled from authentic sources to state, ...

    Article : 165 words
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    Extract of a Letter from the Australian, dated Sept. 21, 1833.—' I am a plain man, and care nothing about polities, but cannot help thinking, that this declaration of the Herald has its origin in party. ...

    Article : 5,976 words
  12. Gross ignorance of a Constable.

    "Mr. A. J. M'GUIGAN, of Lower George-street, was last week assaulted dangerously under the following circumstances ; Some fellows, in the evening, used gross language to his wife, with whom he was ...

    Article : 332 words



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