There is not in the world a greater error than that which [?] are so a pt to fall into, and knayes with good reason to encourage, the mistaking a satirist for a, libel[?] whereas to a true satirist nothing is so odious as a libeller; for the same ...Article : 1,716 words
The importanoe of erecting a bridge across the River Derwent, to facilitate the communication between the two principal sea-port towns of the Island, and to enable the farmers in the interior to bring their produce, which is now locked up in ...Article : 2,730 words
MR. EDITOR,—Some few neighbours, and myself, who take in amongst us, all the Hobart Town Papers, read in your Journal of the 8th instant, the gross personal attack of "ANTI PUFF," upon our, late highly popular Magistrate, ...Article : 1,653 words
In looking carefully over a Communication of a report of a late motion in the Supreme Court, offered to us for insertion, we perceive that its object is not of that public nature which we should desire at all times to govern us in our insertion of ...Article : 76 words
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