WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20.—Before His Honor Mr. Justice Burton. On the morion of the Chief Commissioner, His Honor confirmed the following appointments ...Article : 189 words
By His Excellency SIR GEORGE GIPPS, Knight, Captain General and Governor-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, &c , &c. ...Article : 921 words
The SPEAKER took the Chair at a quarter before four o'clock. MESSAGES FROM THE GOVERNOR. His Excellency's Private Secretary The SPEAKER took the Chair shortly after half-past three. CASE OF WILLIAM WALSH. Dr. BLAND presented a Petition from William ...Article : 6,516 words
TUESDAY, DEC. 19.—Before the Chief Com-missioner. In the estate of Henry Gain, a single meeting. J. Mackeller, £80; T. Jessett, £57 12s. 6d.; G. ...Article : 403 words
Edward Agnew, Albert Terrace, Sydney. Liabilities, £534; assets—personal property, £20, outstanding debts, £65. Balance deficiency, £449 12s. 6d. ...Article : 161 words
H. N. Carrington, a single meeting at ten o'clock. D. Kennedy, at half-past ten. James Meadow, at eleven. Edgar Hyland, at half-past eleven. James Mohan, at noon. James Macbeth ...Article : 636 words
The state of the company not allowing the proprietor to try the sortes Shakspearians any longer, he has dipped into Bellini's lucky-bag, and lo! La Sonnambula turns up a prize. To ...Article : 467 words
The Windsor District Council sat this day, when William Cox, Esq., Warden, Robert Fitzgerald, Thomas Tebbutt, and Thomas, Arndell, Esquires, Councillors ...Article : 244 words
December 13, 1843.—A. desperate set of bushrangers, who have been infesting this neighbourhood for several weeks past, were this morning brought in by Mr. ...Article : 231 words
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