SIR,—The ruffian-like abuse bestowed on me by the Examiner, will, I believe, be generally censured even by those most strenuous in opposing my opinions. ...Article : 652 words
The Rev. Dr. Brown's most charitably conceived petition to the Legislative Council, praying that the salaries may be discontinued wherever a Chaplaincy shall ...Article : 1,060 words
MR. EDITOR,—I see that a Hobart Town paper cannot allow even a stranger, a visitor, and a gentlemen, to pursue his unassuming course without abuse. Colonel Butterworth, ...Article : 116 words
In this case Mr. James Aikenhead, Secretary to the Cornwall Insurance Company, and Editor of the Examiner newspaper, charged Mr. William Wood, [?] of Snake Banks, with an attempt to assault ...Article : 760 words
WE have received a copy of "a reply to a "deputation, appointed at a meeting of "the members of the Church of England "held in Hobart Town, on Thursday, ...Article : 1,117 words
Return Ball.—The married gentlemen of the town and unrounding districts are anxious, it will be seen by advertisement, to acknowledge the courtesy of the bachelor gentlemen in the ...Article : 1,178 words
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