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  2. To the Editor of the Colonial Times.

    SIR,—I was last Sunday for the first time, at the Presbyterian Church here—and, understanding that the service is conducted in a primitive, and as I was told impressing ...

    Article : 242 words

    At about half-past 12 o'clock the long room, at the Ship Inn, (being the place appointed for the Meeting of this day) began to fill with the most respectably inhabitants of Hobart Town; ...

    Article : 6,853 words
  4. Hobart Town Police Report.

    James Madden, holding a ticket-of-leave, was charged by Mr. District Constable Swift, with being drunk and out after hours. This man's good conduct has been so ...

    Article : 2,601 words
  5. To the Prosperity Man and Political Economist.

    When swords are bright, and idle spades grow dull- When barns are empty, and when gaols are full; ...

    Article : 79 words
  6. Domestic Intelligence.

    It would appear, that perjury is a privileged crime in Van Diemen's Land; since the prosecution of Lamph and Bolter, (the two men sent by the Judge to gaol on a charge of ...

    Article : 789 words

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