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  2. State of Britain,

    After having waded through mass of British Journals of no ordinary extent, we take the liberty of submitting to our readers, the view which they present of the ...

    Article : 617 words
  3. The Commuted Pensioners.

    The public will recollect, that, on a late occasion, we referred to the ill-used, cheated, nay, even robbed commuted Pensioners, when we published a petition, which a ...

    Article : 268 words
  4. Quarter sessions.

    Charles Sullivan stood indicted for stealing four gallons of black oil, from the New Wharf, the property of Messrs. Hewitt and Kelly. The prisoner was employed to fill some oil casks, for the purpose ...

    Article : 1,358 words
  5. The Colonial Despatches.

    WE regret that His Excellency Sir John Franklin has thought proper to keep the contents of the despatches which he received by the Layton so secret. We do not think such a course one of the ...

    Article : 205 words
  6. Miscellanea.

    In looking over our English Papers, we note sueh extracts as we consider amusing, and, as they cannot be strictly classed under the title of news, we shall occasionally ...

    Article : 2,571 words
  7. Sydney News.

    We have received our Journals to the 10th of December, but they do not contain any very interesting intelligence. Such matters as we consider worthy of extract, we now copy. ...

    Article : 512 words



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