By the Hellespont, which came in this morning, we have received three days' later intelligence from England. The most important item is the ...Article : 1,188 words
The SPEAKER took the chair at twenty minutes past three o'clock. MESSAGES. The following Messages from his Excellency the ...Article : 4,215 words
The ceremony of laying the foundation stone of the dam wall for the Water Works at Parramatta, took place yesterday before a respectable and numerous assemblage of residents in the town and ...Article : 1,440 words
Mr. MARTIN to move—That an Address be presented to the Governor-General, praying that his Excellency will be pleased to cause to be laid upon the table of this Heuse, copies of all the ...Article : 277 words
Mary Stewart, George Brady, and Francis Priestly, severally pleaded guilty to the charge of drunkenness, and were sentenced each to pay a fine of 20s., or be imprisoned twenty-four hours. ...Article : 1,068 words
June 8.—Paterson, paddle steamer, 310 tons, 120 horse power, Captain J. Jardine, from Cork February 20. Agents, Hunter River New Steam Navigation Company, June 3.—Hellespont, steamer, 332 tons, Captain Watts, ...Article : 166 words
WE are in receipt of Wellington and Canterbury papers, with intelligence from the former province to the 28th, and from the latter to the 21st April. WELLINGTON. ...Article : 622 words
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