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    The continued atrocities of the Aborigines, and the increased system and organization which appear to mark their movements, are the occasion of serious anxiety and alarm throughout ...

    Article : 6,588 words
  3. Original Communication.

    MR. EDITOR—Happening to turn over a last year's file of the Tasmanian, I noticed, under date of the 20th March, in his leading article, among other observations of the Editor upon the expenditure of the Colony, the following words:- ...

    Article : 543 words
  4. To the Editor of the Colonial Times.

    SIR,—If you think the insertion of the following original lines worthy of a place in your column, the insertion will oblige, Sir, your's, &c, J. S. Sunrise. ...

    Article : 290 words
  5. Stanzas to Mary.

    Hast thou, in lone sequester'd vale, Seen summer's pride, the lillv pale, All-scenting sweet the mountain gale, As fair art thou to me, Mary! ...

    Article : 172 words
  6. Quarter Sessions.

    On Monday last these Sessions took place by adjournment, present JOSEPH HONE, Esq., Charman, P. A. MULGRAVE, Esq., JOSIAH SPODE, Esq., and JOHN KFRR, Esq. George Clare, Walter Simpson, and Thomas Smith were ...

    Article : 499 words
  7. The Evergreen.

    Fair tree of winter, fresh and flow'ring, When all around is dead and dry; Whose ruby buds though storms are lowring, Spread their white blossoms to the sky. ...

    Article : 187 words



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