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  2. COLONIAL TIMES AND TASMANIAN: The two original Journals of Van Diemen's Land CONSOLIDATED.

    WE have already noticed the true spirit of faction exhibited by the Courier in its snarling designation of Sir Eardley Wilmot's endeavour to procure,froiu the Secretary of ...

    Article : 4,449 words
  3. Hobart Town Police Report.

    On Thursday last two cases were tried at the Police-office, which excited considerable interest, and especially amongst those who have appeared before the public as the avowed opponents of the ...

    Article : 1,436 words
  4. Domestic intelligence.

    THE DESPATCHES.—Very little of the contents of the last despatches have been made known. In no other colony in the world is the Government asked to make public the Secretary of State's ...

    Article : 2,725 words
  5. SWAN RIVER.

    SIR,—In your last number there appears some remarks on the monetary affairs of the Swan River Settlement. There is also a quotation from the Perth Inquirer, and I think a misprint, which ...

    Article : 506 words
  6. THE BISHOP OF HOBART TOWN.

    THE notice which the Courier has taken of the despatch respecting the Bishop Wilson, is incorrect. No notice has been taken of Dr. Wilson ...

    Article : 77 words
  7. SYDNEY.

    We have the journals of the great colony to the 9th instant. The law-making Council has reduced the duties upon spirits generally, one-half. This ...

    Article : 208 words
  8. To the Editor of the Colonial Times & Tasmanian.

    SIR,—Amongst other maritime information which I communicated to you for your last publication, was the fact that the Calcutta, as well as the Derwent, was taken up by the Lords of the ...

    Article : 146 words
  9. To the Editor of the Colonial Times & Tasmanian.

    SIR,—I have again to trouble you with a few remarks in reply to the second epi[?]tle of " One of the People, which appeared in your issue of Tuesday last. ...

    Article : 577 words
  10. THE DERBY

    Won by Mr. Gratwicke's Merry Monarch; odds against him, 100 to 1. The Oaks won by the Duke of Richmond's Refraction; odds against her, 2000 to 50. The "knowing ones" ...

    Article : 37 words
  11. Original Correspondence. THE GAOLS.

    Sir.—I am glad to see you are at length noticing the state of the Gaols of the Colony, and that the Letters of one or more tradesmen, addressed to you, you say, during the last week on the ...

    Article : 808 words
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