SIR,—In walking up Macquarie-street last night, I chanced to stumble on the accompanying sheet of paper, and thinking it to be much more in your way than mine, I take the liberty ...Article : 1,112 words
A curious document bas been handed to me by a Gentleman with whom yott are perfectly well acquainted,'and with his permission, I forward a copy of it to yon for publication; I ...Article : 370 words
SIR,—The old saying of " give him an inch, and he witt take an eil" has been frequently applied (and with justice too,) to many a man in this Colony as well as elsewhere, and I ...Article : 606 words
IRISH PEASANTRY.—In the story of "Dennis O'SUaughnetsy going to Maynooth," from which we have extracted, is a display, in all its natural progresion, of the art of Priest-making—a, ...Article : 6,810 words
SIR.—In your report of the Concert; inserted in your last number, there are some remarks, very much uncalled for, respecting Miss Barron's singing. It is very evident ...Article : 349 words
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