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    With reference to a subject upon which we have already made a few observations, we regret to say that the result of certain inquiries which we have instituted, too well bears ...

    Article : 4,454 words
  3. Supreme Court.

    JUNE 3.—Edward Sweeney was tried for the murder of his wife, in December last, and his otrial occupied the Court the whole day. A great number of witnesses were examined, who all tended to confirm the fact, that he had beat and [?]ll ...

    Article : 276 words
  4. Allegorical Stanzas, ON THE BIRTH OF A DAUGHTER.

    Hail, beauteous flower of peerless worth! Fresh-sprouted from thy parent stem; How blest thine honour'd native earth, The garden of a matchless gem! ...

    Article : 188 words
  5. Quarter Sessions.

    On Monday, the Prisoners convicted during the sittings of the Court of Quarter Sessions were brought up to receive sentence. The Magistrates assembled on the occasion were—JOSEPH HONE, Esq., Chairman, P. A. MULGRAVE, ...

    Article : 402 words
  6. Rise of Individuals of obscure Origin.

    The celebrated Italian poet Metastasio, was the son of a common mechanic, and used when a little boy, to sing his extemporaneous verses about the streets. The father of Haydn, the great musical composer, was a wheelwright. The ...

    Article : 433 words
  7. Song.

    Whenever a friend in this wide world I meet And find him a jovial good fellow, With the best wine in store I do such a friend treat, And ne[?]er let him depart till he's mellow. ...

    Article : 195 words
  8. The Artist and the Countryman.

    A tolerable story, under this title, has found its way into the papers within these few days. About the time when the atrocities of Burke were generally talked of, a country lad applied for a situation as servant to Mr. W., an artist near ...

    Article : 784 words
  9. Aborigines.

    The atrocities of the Aboriginal tribes still continue. On the 28th May, Mr. ADEY's shepherds, at the Swan Port River, Eastern Marshes, whilst looking for sheep observed a party of these savages of apparently about 200 in number, ...

    Article : 406 words
  10. The only Care for Gambling.

    Prone on his back poor Shuffle lay, And bleeding from a gambling fray; Where, from the casement to the ground, He had taken but a single hound; ...

    Article : 124 words
  11. Hamiltonian System.

    In a late Review of Mr. Hamilton's Pamphlet, it was omitted to be stated that an experiment had been made, and is now actually in operation in Edinburgh, as to the practicability of ...

    Article : 770 words
  12. Original Communications.

    MR. EDITOR,—Observing by the Gazette that the Courts of Requests are in operation at Hobart Town and Richmond, allow me to enquire through your Paper, when they are to be extended to other parts of the Colony, for I have long been ...

    Article : 456 words



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