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  2. Shipping Intelligence.

    FEBRUARY 27.—The barque Margaret Rait, Coffin, master, from, St. John's, new Brunswick. MARCH 2.—The barque Francis Freeling ...

    Article : 71 words
  3. Advertising

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    Advertising : 112 words
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    Advertising : 44 words

    On Monday and Tuesday Evenings, the performances commenced with a dramatic romance, named Zarah. It is a drama of intense interest, and abounds with, striking ...

    Article : 1,626 words
  6. To the Editor of the Australian.

    SIR—I take the liberty to correct a mistatement which is contained in the following paragraph of your Leading Article of Friday last:—"The man Walt had obtained the indulgence of a ...

    Article : 411 words
  7. "Vox Populi—Vox Dei."

    THE following letter appeared in yesterday's Herald. Why the writers thought it necessary to proclaim that they did not vote for Mr. THERRY, when that fact was already ...

    Article : 1,688 words

    "It often happens that those are the best people, whose characters have been most injured by slanderers; as we usually find that to be the sweetest fruit which the birds have been pecking at." ...

    Article : 606 words
  9. MR. M'LEAY.

    WE have seen a pamphlet of about six or eight pages containing the correspondence between the Governor and Mr. M'LEAY, and a minute of a conversation between the latter ...

    Article : 699 words

    Sir John Franklin leaves Launceston to-day. As His Excellency cannot but be well pleased with his reception here so the community are entirely satisfied with Sir ...

    Article : 784 words
  11. LAW.

    John Henry Whiting was placed at the bar charged with the Commission of Murder at Port Phillip. Mr. Windoyer for the prisoner moved that the trial might be positioned until Friday. The Attorney ...

    Article : 164 words

    TUESDAY.—Upon His Honor the Chief Justice taking his sets the Attorney General moved for the defendant in the case Shannon v. Donnithorne, the first on the list for trial this day, that the trial be ...

    Article : 1,147 words
  13. To the Editor of the Australian.

    SIR,—Among the Ancients the beard was a badge of honor and an object of veneration; among the Moderns the well-curled mustaches denoted the warrior;—but, alas! what abuses ...

    Article : 323 words



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