AT a period when the public mind is agitated by the one engrossing subject, the foregoing question is frequently asked and answered in a variety of ways. ...Article : 723 words
OUR readers will recollect an announcement which appeared in the Gazette a few weeks back, and which not being contradicted by Mr. George Stephen ...Article : 418 words
SIR--- The mode in which your valuable print is conducted, [?] us, at once. that in its columus the philan[?] will find the most su[?] medium for the recommen[?] of any schome which has ...Article : 1,463 words
SIR,—The[?] of the natives and the colonists goods more precarious every days, and ev[?] one must now see that he bond is but feeble in[?] that binds the one to be other; the greatest [?] ...Article : 2,250 words
IT has been reported to us that there has been established a Tannery on the Torrens some miles above the town, and that the party carrying on the business ...Article : 170 words
THIS week again we resume this subject Since our last, two more special surveys have been claimed—the one by Mr. M'Laren, Manager of the South ...Article : 454 words
MR. EDITOR,—Scotland has her poetical melodies, thanks to him who "Guided his plough along the mountain side;" Ireland has her melodies, thanks to one who ...Article : 780 words
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Southern Australian (Adelaide, SA : 1838 - 1844), Wed 8 May 1839, Page 3
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