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  2. COMMERCIAL RECORD.

    We are now 102 days without news from England—a longer period than has so elapsed for more than twelve months. The Earl of Sefton with the mail of December 20, and the Oliver ...

    Article : 1,261 words
  3. IMPOUNDINGS.

    NEW F[?]GH, March 5. from Mitchall's Flat; damages 5d. each:—Bay mare black points, switch tail, saddle marked, HM on all shoulder: oheanut filly, white face O'over win on off shoulder. If not released, with he sold 6th April. S. STAR. 9s. 3d. ...

    Article : 1,065 words
  4. MR. BRENAN AND THE ELECTORAL ACT.

    SIR.—No one endowed by nature with a moderate share of ability can resist the influence of the varous clauses of the Electoal Act which have been quoted, against the monstrous excess of authority that the ...

    Article : 1,106 words
  5. AUSTRALIAN WINE.

    The following letters appear in a late number of the Times. The first is by a son of Mr. Cowper, now at the London University. To the Editor of the Times. ...

    Article : 413 words
  6. To the Editor of the Times.

    SIR—The passage from Professor Owen's Report on the Paris Exhibition referring to Australian wine, to which your correspondent, " W. H. C.," directed attention in your paper of the 22nd, is no doubt very ...

    Article : 1,356 words
  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 3,010 words
  8. TO THE ELECTORS OF SYDNEY, BELONGING TO THE CONGREGATIONAL BODY.

    GENTLEMEN,—The recent extraordinary conduct of the Independents, headed by the ministers and deacons of the Congregational Church in Pitt-street, and supported by the Rev. Mr. West, Robert Scott Ross, and ...

    Article : 164 words
  9. THE NON-DECLARATION OF THE POLL.

    SIR—I beg leave to inquire, through the medium of the Empire, if a deputation of the citizens, or the elected members, could not wait on his Excellency the Governor-General, to request that the state of the poll for ...

    Article : 170 words
  10. OFFICIAL INDEPENDENCE.

    SIR—Can you ascertain and let me know the number of Government officers that voted for the Bunch? as several friends of mine have it in contemplation, to present each with some substantial mark of approbation ...

    Article : 189 words
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