The Council assembled to-day, at two o'clock, pursuant to adjournment; all the members were present except Messrs. Fenton and Archer. His Excellency having taken the chair, Mr. ...Article : 1,121 words
SIR,—Your correspondent Censor has not refurred to the recipe for Dalby's Carminative, given in Gray's supplement to the Pharmacopeia, by far the most frequent authority resorted to by ...Article : 283 words
The present week is one of dullness indeed, dull, "flat, stale, and unprofitable;" nothing to "show up,"scarcely anything to write about. Even drunkenness, the curse of this, as it has ...Article : 1,283 words
DEAR MARY,—I take the chance of an empty dray passing along, to lot you know that we are all as well as can be expected, shut up as I am with five children, in our little three roomed ...Article : 341 words
There are some scoundrels whose infamous conduct the law will not reach, perfect in wisdom as that law is said to be; in our lost number we published in our Police Report, ...Article : 516 words
In the Trumpeter of Friday morning next, notice will be given of an important change which will be made with the commencement of the ensuing quarter in the ...Article : 54 words
THE STREETS.—The Colonial Secretary is earnestly entreated now to take a review of Arthur-street. This street is especially selected, because it is the very short highway from Elizabeth-street ...Article : 2,474 words
It being an especial part of our vocation to attend vigilantly to the proceedings of our Police, an important portion of our body politic, it affords us unmingled satisfaction to announce ...Article : 995 words
SIR,—In the last number of Murray's Review there is an article on the subject of the nonemployment of free mechanics, which must not be passed by without remark. The Editor commences ...Article : 2,017 words
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