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  2. ADVANCE AUSTRALIA Sydney Gazette.

    WE understand that JOHN MACAR[?] THUR, Esquire (second son of our great agriculturist of that name), whose death we announced in our paper of this day ...

    Article : 4,084 words
  3. Agricultural Report FOR SEPTEMBER, 1831.

    WHEAT.—A considerable improvement has taken place in the appearance of the crops in the lower parts of this district, but the young wheat is still very backward. ...

    Article : 351 words
  4. Classified Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,776 words

    BONG BONG, SEPT. 15.—Having observed in your paper of the 10th instant, a paragraph stating that five bushrangers, who have been committing sundry depredations in this ...

    Article : 177 words
  6. Original Correspondence.

    MR. EDITOR. Some weeks back an article appeared in the Gazette in the shape of a query from India, as to how, and at what expense, families might reside in New ...

    Article : 538 words
  7. English News.

    Their Majesties entertained the Duke and Duchess of Cumberland, the Princess Augusta, and a select patty, at dinner on Wednesday evening, at their palace at St. James's. The Duchess of ...

    Article : 1,272 words

    SIR, I have been much instructed by what has been advanced on the culture of the vine, within the last few months, both in your columns, and those of your ...

    Article : 542 words



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