The correspondence on the alleged violation of American sovereignty by enlistment on the territory of the United States adds nothing of importance either to the facts or the argument of the question. It only excludes ...Article : 1,770 words
WANT OF A TUG BOAT.—We last week alluded to the necessity of a tug boat for the use of the harbour of Newcastle, and we think we cannot do better than again draw the attention of our readers to losses already ...Article : 890 words
SIR—I quite agree with your able and respectable correspondent, Observer, in thinking that the subject of State endowments of religion is exciting some attention at present, and ought to excite a great deal more. It is ...Article : 2,055 words
SIR—I have carefully perused the paper read by Mr. E. Deas Thomson at the meeting of the Philosophical Society, at the School of Arts, on Friday evening last, and I feel something like disappointment at the meagre ...Article : 663 words
SIR,—As the question whether religious institutions are to be supported by State endowment, or entrusted wholly to the conscience and zeal of their adherents, is beginning to attract a portion of that attention which ...Article : 733 words
What are we to do with the Chinese? This is a question which must occupy a large share of public attention before long; for every paper that reaches us from Adelaide contains news of fresh and fresh arrivals. Our ...Article : 1,047 words
SIR—From the very forcible and lucid reasoning of "Ignotus" which carried conviction to every mind that he was right; from the opinions of the Judges, and from the universal admission that the resignation of ...Article : 983 words
WE have received a file of the Otago Witness to the 10th of May and Lyttelton papers to the 21st May. The Otago Witness of the 3rd May says—"A gentleman who has travelled overland from Port Cooper, ...Article : 208 words
SIR—With your permission, be it publicly recorded in the columns of the Empire, that in such an enlightened age as the present, with the closing years of the nineteenth century looming in the distance, that the ...Article : 217 words
BY the arrival of the Kenau Hessellanr we are in possession of papers from Shanghai to the 5th April, and from Hongkong to the 9th. The Friend of China of the 5th April, publishes the ...Article : 878 words
That theory of representation on which all free Governments are based is of a subtler and far more reaching kind than is usually supposed, even by those who enjoy its advantages. As Emerson shows, the ...Article : 1,084 words
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