MR. GEORGE'FRANKLAND, the Surveyor General, has, it would appear, in the able performance of those duties for which he seems so peculiarly adapted, in furtherance, ...Article : 1,009 words
WE have repeatedly brought, before the public the very strange and unaccountable manner in which Mr. Hone has been allowed to retain so many and such various ...Article : 1,017 words
SIR,—You have, from the commencement of that noble undertaking, "Bridgewater," labored hard to prove the total uselessness of the work. Now that it has been opened to ...Article : 623 words
MR. EDITOR,—In the last Courier, is a letter signed "Unus de Pluribus," lauding Mr. Fitzgerald, an individual lately acquitted by a Jury of charges of a very serious nature. ...Article : 575 words
"A fellow That never set a squadron in the field, Nor the division of a battle, knows More than a spinster." ...Article : 981 words
SIR,—It has astonished the whole town, the information you conveyed to them a few weeks since, respecting Mr. J. A. Jackson, of the Launceston Advertiser, and his long ...Article : 424 words
SIR,—Is it not really surprising to witness the various means resorted to by little minds, for the annoyance of their superiors in know ledge and general worth? This question is ...Article : 787 words
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