Bring forth the horse; the horse was brought. Id truth be was a noble stecd, Who looked as thought speed of thought were in his Hmbs-but he was wild| ...Article : 4,150 words
A SAD change twenty years must have wrought in the lovely valley of the Richmond River. " Bright Improvement," ridiug, in her accustomed conveyance, " the Car of Time," has transformed in her progress nearly all that was worth ...Article : 3,063 words
SIR,—A little before the close of last session, the honorable the Premier read a statement from the Seoretary of the National Board, in answer to a question put by Mr. LUcas, to the effect that the reason why the teachers of ...Article : 255 words
NEXT to the inauguration of the Randwick race-course, the greatest boon that has been conferred on racing is the establishment of Tattersalls. We know there are persons who pretend that racing can well succood without betting; ...Article : 1,451 words
SIR,—Your issure of last Monday favoured Mr. Pr ngle by publishing a second letter, wherein he states that 1 contradioted or denied an assertion made by bim in a former correspondence a few days previously. Having ...Article : 498 words
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