Sir,—Mr. Michi[?] has come out from his incognito, and bestowed on me four columns of vituperation, in this morning's Herald, under his own name. I think the frantic violence of the ...Article : 2,247 words
Sir,—In your leader of Saturday's issue I observe that you very properly point out to agriculturists the policy of producing other articles besides wheat and hay for this ever fluctuating ...Article : 395 words
Sir,—Permit me through your paper more particularly to direct the attention of that section of the public residing south of the Yarra to this new bu[?]ying-ground, which I have reason to believe is ...Article : 553 words
Sir,—I was yesterday prevented by circumstances from addressing a few lines to the Argus on the subject of the Royal Salute fired on Sabbath last, to the surprise and onnoyance of no ...Article : 442 words
NINE-MILE.—A company at this place has purchased the carriages, &c., of the El Dorado Company, and are making a tram-road for bringing their washing-stuff to the creek. The ...Article : 646 words
From Tasmanian papers to the 22nd inst. we make the following extracts:- The select committee on the convict question commenced its labors on Friday, but its ...Article : 1,458 words
Sir,—I have noticed since I came into this colony (some three years ago) that when any person was attacked in your columns-you afforded them an opportunity to reply. I count with ...Article : 540 words
Sir,—After having practised for nine years in the Bankruptcy Court of London, will you allow me to say a few words upon the Court of Insolvency, and the way in which it is worked here. ...Article : 385 words
BARREN FRUIT TREES.—The cause [?] fruitfulness is oftentimes from deep [?] in too luxurious soils, or in the [?] being adapted to them. At the ...Article : 4,171 words
In the House of Commons on the 5th June, in reply to a question from Mr. Bright, Lord Palmerston stated, ami[?]st loud cheering from both sides of the House, that th[?] ...Article : 1,583 words
Sir,—I doubt not your candor readily permitting me to correct an error into which the gentleman who attended the "Land League" right, to prevent a wrong impression getting ...Article : 555 words
Sir—Your correspondent[?]Mr [?] loss of the John, emigrant ship, and Golden Age; and from his various remarks on the subject of ship-building, I cannot perceive the ...Article : 408 words
The t[?]nor of certain articles which have of late made their appearance in the Times would seem to indicate that there exists across the Atlantic, in the breasts of our near ...Article : 1,100 words
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