George Sands was arraigued on an information which charged him with stealing at Sydney, on the 5th of May, a horse, the property of Alfred Fairfax. ...Article : 1,306 words
To go, or not to go! This is no longer the question. Going, going, gone! His Imperial Majesty left this afternoon for the Camp at Boulogno; he is there, in all human probability, whilst ...Article : 1,505 words
SIR—It was the petty but deliberate dishonesty of a garbled idiom, in an extract from the Leader newspaper, that led me to aflirm that General Guyon is not an Englishman, but an Irishman. A ...Article : 751 words
SIR—That "the labourer is worthy of his hire" is a well known Scriptural phrase. I have lately witnessed the praiseworthy and talented manner in which the Empire has so ably advocated, in behalf ...Article : 434 words
William Treble, Mary Roberts, Joseph Day, Charles Johnson, Maria Ewert, and Mary Gannon were found guilty of drunkenness. The latter was fined 40s., or be imprisoned 48 hours, and the ...Article : 689 words
SIR—We have been long anxiously looking forward to the arrival of the Bishop of Sydney, desirous to know his views, whether of the Evangelical or Trctarian cast, whether the Episcopal Church would ...Article : 930 words
SIR—Feeling assured that you are ready to show up any grievances that may befall a stranger in this fine city. I take the liberty of handing you the following for publication. I went to the upper ...Article : 169 words
A public meeting of the members of the Sydney Fire Insurance Company was held at noon, yesterday, at the office of the Company, Pitt-street, to receive the Report of the Committee, appointed at ...Article : 2,560 words
Mr. Lanyard rises, before the House goes into coumittee on the estimates, and gesticulates for half-an-hour with uncouth but intullectual vigour, that there was once a French revolution; other ...Article : 1,973 words
Sixteen persons were charged with drunkenness in the public streets; one forfeited a deposit of 40s., left with the watchhouse keeper, thirteen were fined 20s., or twenty-four hours' confinement ...Article : 604 words
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