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  2. SENTENCE PRONOUNCED ON JOHN DAY, JUN., BY THE STEWARDS OF THE JOCKEY CLUB.

    We have examined into the charge against Mr. Crommelin, of having offered John Day, jun., a large bribe to procure the defeat of the horse then known as the Melody colt, in the Derby of 1840. ...

    Article : 375 words
  3. THE MAGISTRACY AND THE "LEARNED ADVOCATES."

    SOMS few weeks back we had the disagreeable duty of remarking, on the want of attention on the part of the Sydney magistrates, by which the time of snitors at the police office was frittered away, through ...

    Article : 626 words
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    Advertising : 2,277 words
  5. Olla Podrida.

    THE AUTOCRAT OF PRUSSIA.—The English are gullible people: there is no doubt of it. Let NERO himself rise from the dust, and fiddle at HER MAJESTY'S Theatre (how the royal box would be ...

    Article : 783 words
  6. HIGH RATES OF POSTAGE.

    IT is a matter of general complaint, the high rates of Postage that obtain in this colony; and to which we will draw the attention of the authorities. In the Mother Country the Postage throughout the ...

    Article : 373 words
  7. BRUMMELLIANA.

    A great deal used to bo said of Beau Nash and his witticisms; but certainly we never met with any thing of his which was at all equal to the oracular sentences of the gentleman who gives a ...

    Article : 1,315 words
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