ANOTHER "crusade,"—and, if properly and fairly conducted, a very useful one to the public,—has been recommenced, under the auspices of the Chief Constable. We ...Article : 890 words
Thomas Clancy was convicted of stealing, on the 4th December last, a gown, the property of John Rowland. The prosecutor, it appeared, had gone to the ...Article : 1,879 words
SIR,—The report of the flour required by the Commissariat for the ensuing year having been taken so low as £6 per ton, is now more than confirmed. A Hobart Town miller is ...Article : 364 words
The Parkfield arrived at Port Phillip, brought English news from the Cape te 21st October. Louis Phillippe had arrived in England. ...Article : 222 words
"No man shall be taxed, except by his own consent, or by that of his representative." SIR,—There is a something in this sentence which sounds so truly British,—which looks so ...Article : 1,038 words
THE INSOLVFNT ACT.—Does the Government mean to revive this iniquitous and unrighteous Act (both as regards Debtor and Creditor)? We daily witness the most ...Article : 2,898 words
The Sydney journals to the 9th instant have been received; we make the following extracts from the Morning Chronicle, of the 8th:— ...Article : 1,231 words
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