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    BOLTING EXTRACRDINARY.—Among the gentlemen taking leave for Bathurst by the Parramatta steamer yesterday morning, was a little boy who was dragged out of the boat just as she was about ...

    Article : 1,307 words
  3. To the Editor of the Empire.

    SIR —When the Governor left the Domain on Saturday, I could not help thinking how appropriately the fifes and drums, "drummed him out." They played the tunes of (and it's all ...

    Article : 106 words
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    SIR— If in this age of covetousness and worldlymindedness, a briant crown of never-dying-lustre doserves to encircle any mortal's head, let that crown descend' upon the head of T. W. Smart, ...

    Article : 229 words

    "Whilst Commodus abandoned the reins of empire to unworthy favorites, he valued nothing in sovereign power except the unbounded license of indulging his sensual appetites. The ...

    Article : 134 words
  7. To the Editor of the Empire.

    SIR—If the people of Sydney could but pause amid the bustling eagerness and breathless haste with which they pant after that Utopia of happiuess— accumulated wealth—they would ponder ...

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