SIR—It need hardly be remarked that the Flagstaff is upheld at the public expense, and ostensibly for conveying, in its own peculiar mode, information to the public in regard to ...Article : 416 words
A highly respectable meeting of the members and friends of the Benevolent Society, including a large number of ladies, took place on Friday evening last, in the Church of England ...Article : 5,851 words
On reading the announcement of the death of my old friend GEORGE JAMES MACDONALD, ESQ., Commissioner of Crown Lands. "Ossa quieta pr[?]cor, [?] requiescite in [?] ...Article : 320 words
PROSPECT.—January 15, from Seven Hills, by Thomas Smith:—Roan coloured pony, black points, short switch tail, branded on near shoulder, apparently D[?], 13½ hands high. If not ...Article : 85 words
SPIRIT OF BENEVOLENCE.— If we hope to instruct others we should familiarise our own minds to some fixed and determinate principles of action. The world is a vast labyrinth, in which almost ...Article : 400 words
SIR—I beg to forward you a sample of scale gold procured from the Swamp Oak Creek, distant about fifteen miles from Tamworth. As, however, you have had in your possession gold ...Article : 1,145 words
It was known on the morning of the 12th, the day of the ceremony of inauguration, that the five Governments concerned—viz., those of Rome, Tuscany, ...Article : 1,301 words
SIR—Through the medium of your paper, I am induced to draw the attention of the officer whose duty it is to appoint the placing and berthing of ships in this port, to the crowded ...Article : 221 words
There is an old proverb which says "He who travelled through Peru without visiting Potosi knows nothing of Pern." In like manner one may predicate of la ...Article : 5,016 words
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